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Debate Score:24
Arguments:17
Total Votes:29
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Should planes do classes?

I know it's within their right, that's not the question. It was legal to keep slaves back when slavery was happening, yet the question 'Should we' was still a valid one. So I repeat:

Should planes seperate people into classes?

A woman on a plane says the Berlin wall's been down for 20 years, another man on the same plane says yet there's still a curtain between 1st class and coach

Yes

Side Score: 16
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No

Side Score: 8
Del1176(4964) Banned
2 points

I think they should for economic purposes.

Side: Yes

Planes are a transportation equipment just like cars, and I don't see why you couldn't get a luxurious flight as well as a luxurious car, or a cheap flight as well as a cheap car.

Side: Yes
2 points

I think so if people are willing to pay to fly in luxury let them, First Class is awesome if your on the right airline but it's not always worth the extra money and it's the people flying First Class that keep the price down for the people flying coach

Side: Yes
2 points

If someone wants a bit of luxury let them I dont begrudge someone who can afford a Bentley the right to drive one just because I can only afford a Ford so I dont begrudge someone who can afford to fly first class the choice to pay for the extra luxury.

Side: Yes

I feel that they should just to distinguish the amount of luxury you cant expect for the price. However, I do feel that they should maybe change the name to something like A and B tickets.

Side: Yes

I think they should for economic purposes.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Side: Yes
1 point

people can afford to fly in luxury, therefore should be able to have a glass of wine on air france if they can afford it and want to pay for it

Side: Yes
2 points

Well, this is an old cartoon, the Berlin wall's been down for longer than 20 years.

24 to be precise!

Side: No
Quocalimar(6470) Clarified
1 point

Thanks for the info, I 'm not being sarcastic though it might sound like I am.

I get them off of google images.

Side: Yes
1 point

Well, I would say yes, because being in first class is really quite nice, however going in third class feels degrading knowing that some people are being treated better than you. So, I would probably say no.

Side: No
1 point

I don't think they should segregating people like this it's like an unfair reminder that someone is richer than you. We are all people and shouldn't be treated differently because of what we can and can't afford.

Side: No

Thank you! It's basically the same as segregation. For a few hours or for a lifetime it's the same thing.

They need to stop making one class better, while neglecting one class, and just focus on making the whole thing moderately bearable.

Side: No
TheAshman(2299) Disputed
1 point

Would you be willing to pay twice as much for your airline ticket just so someone with more money cant fly in the luxury they are willing to pay extra for?

Side: Yes
Mclaren340(4) Disputed
1 point

This is not segregation at all, airlines are merely catering for the different needs and priorities of the passengers that fly with them. Business travelers/frequent flyers are often prepared to pay a premium to ensure that they have extra legroom, lounge access and priority boarding, whilst most holiday travelers are prepared to put up with a standard seat in order to save a bit of money. The extra revenue generated by the premier classes allows airlines to provide more affordable travel for everyone else.

Side: Yes

This class division is jaded and there should no longer be that dividing curtain.

Side: No