Dahs offered evidence that seats were still sold after "the decision." On what are you basing your judgements? I haven't a clue about the economical impact and I'd like to be convinced one way or another, but without providing actual statistics I just can't side with you.
Nice to see you are still stuck on logical fallacy as your main defense. What is one of the primary sources of logical fallacy? Oh right, stating something without actual statistics, instead resting on the notion that because it is likely to happen it will happen.
It is true that negative publicity can have undesired results, but It can also have great results on economics. Are there numbers that support your case?