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After another bad weekend, what is happening to JetBlue?

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It’s the darling airline of Boston. Or at least it was. But lately, JetBlue’s mounting struggles have come to a head. The airline delayed or canceled over 100 flights last week at Logan alone. (www.bostonglobe.com) More...

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avionik99
avionik99 2
Jet Blue wants to buy Spirit Airlines?? Which begs the question

What happens when two airlines with lousy customer service merge?
jeffinsydney
jeff slack 7
What happens?

See; UNITED Airlines.
A merger of 1 great (Continental)airline with another less than airline and the mess that ensues is one customer service incident after another.
godutch
godutch 1
Continental? Great? Nawwww!
jmadunleavy
John D 4
Think K-Mart and Sears. Did not end well.
royhunte92
Roy Hunte 2
I've never found JetBlue's customer service to be lousy, at least to the Caribbean.

upchucked
Bet you weren't on that flight from the Dominican Republic to Boston last week .... 4 hours with no functioning lavatories. I'm betting they used a record number of airsickness bags... Only flew them once, Florida to Costa Rica ... about 15 people on board ... they lost the luggage of 6 or 7 people.
btweston
btweston 1
That’s not what begging the question means.
jeffinsydney
jeff slack 4
Begging the question
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Bust of Aristotle, whose Prior Analytics contained an early discussion of this fallacy
In classical rhetoric and logic, begging the question or assuming the conclusion (Latin: petitio principii) is an informal fallacy that occurs when an argument's premises assume the truth of the conclusion, instead of supporting it.

For example, the statement "Green is the best color because it is the greenest of all colors" claims that the color green is the best because it is the greenest – which it presupposes is the best.

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