JetBlue Almost Never Bumps Passengers—and That’s Bad for Business

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One of the financial tricks in an airline executive’s tool kit is to sell more tickets than there are seats on a plane. If there are 150 seats, sell 175 tickets—people miss flights for myriad reasons and gate agents can typically muster enough volunteers who will take a later flight for a discount voucher.

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