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Hatfield Airport, the closest airport to the city of Hatfield

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I think option E is not wrong, its just not the main contradiction in the argument. The argument basically talks about since Air Jet moved to the airport the traffic increased significantly, so some staff suggests move to another airport to ease the traffic and make better services to its customer.
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Missyy Careful there--on an assumption question, any assumption can be the answer. So if we had two assumptions, we'd have two answers, and of course that's not possible. Our job is not to find the most important or central assumption.

The problem with E is that we don't need the customers to not mind or to save money. We just need them to be happier than they are now. So if they mind traveling the extra distance and they don't save any money, but they would be happier in the new (perhaps less-crowded) terminal at Chesterfield than they are at Hatfield, the argument still works. We don't strictly need E. However, if we didn't have A, that would mean AirJet isn't the cause of the problem and therefore it might do no good to relocate that terminal.
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