Earlier this week, at an aviation industry luncheon in Washington, DC, JetBlue’s CEO, Robin Hayes, made headlines with some accusations that well, remaining polite, were dishonest.Mr. Hayes made the argument that those of us here in the U.S. fighting against the violations of Open Skies by the United Arab Emirates and State of Qatar had forged this campaign on emotions instead of evidence, because the evidence of these violations wasn’t there to support our argument.
americans4fairskies2015Try as They Might, JetBlue Can’t Discredit the Facts of Gulf Open Skies Violations
Fifty billion dollars is a remarkable amount of money. In fact, scientists believe humans lack the ability to distinguish numerical values that are “large” from those that are “very large.” So basically, fifty billion dollars is so much money, it’s actually impossible for some people to process.
americans4fairskies2015Enforcement Will Make Open Skies Fair Again