Lauren Pennino

As the election seasons continues to roll on, the ads have been tougher, and both voters and politicians seem to be very set in their ways and refuse to reach across the aisle. JetBlue Airways wants to change this.

JetBlue invited around 150 passengers to “Reach Across the Aisle,” unaware what they were in for. These travelers could potentially win a free round-trip airfare to one of the 20 domestic or international destinations. But like many things, there was a catch. The only way this free round-trip could happen was if the entire flight unanimously agreed on a single location before their six-hour flight to Phoenix landed.

This video below will show the process, compromises, and ending results of this social experiment.

 

"If people compromise and work together, all parties can win."