JetBlue tries to get 150 passengers to agree on one destination

(JetBlue/YouTube)

(WCMH)–The company posted a new video where they asked passengers aboard a flight to unanimously pick a destination where they could all fly free.

The video, which was posted to YouTube, is titled “Reach Across the Aisle” and is a jab to the current political atmosphere in the US.

In the description of the video the company states “See what happens when unsuspecting JetBlue customers are tasked with putting aside personal differences to reach across the aisle.”

The passengers are told they can all win free round-trip flight to anywhere in the world, but they had to come to an agreement on the destination.

First the passengers are told to choose between a domestic or international location. After some debate, a majority of passengers pick an international trip.

The passengers are then whittled down the decision to either Costa Rica or Turks and Caicos. For this decision, they have to unanimously come to a conclusion.

There’s some debate, some discussion, but in the end, all the passengers agree on Costa Rica.

The video ends with the host asking, “So what did we learn? When people compromise and work together, all parties can win.”

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