Some promotional campaigns are so creative that they deserve an applause. One such campaign run by JetBlue airlines called “Reach across the aisle” involved a social experiment on a flight full of strangers. A well-suited up man announced that JetBlue would offer one free round-ticket to a destination on its route to each passenger on the flight. The catch was – all 150 of them had to unanimously decide on one destination they would like to go to. The campaign was smartly timed around the great Republican vs Democratic debate that the country is facing right now. The announcement initially met with a lot of excitement followed by confusion about the destination. Also Read - Centre Mulls Extending Nationwide Lockdown as COVID-19 Cases Near 5000-mark With 124 Deaths | Top Developments

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It started with a discussion on whether the destination should be a domestic one or an international one. When majority of the passengers decided that they would like to go international, some destinations were picked of which two were shortlisted. This is when things got difficult and interesting at the same time. Strangers tried to convince each other glorifying their destination of choice. Some were excited about Costa Rica and others inclined towards Turks and Ciacos. And then, it was time for the final vote. Were they able to single out one destination unanimously? Find out. Also Read - New York Leads Coronavirus Death Toll With 731 Fatalties in 24 Hours