Should moderators step in when there is a disagreement over leaving open / closing posts? A tale of two posts:
A most definitely off-topic [and too broad] and yet was left open due to its tabloid nature. (The +31 is largely due to HNQ traffic.)
A most definitely on-topic and yet was closed due to the unpopular way @securitydude5 asks questions in succession. And after it was reopened, it was added to the close queue again. For those that voted too broad, e.g.:
Surely, this will vary according to the policies and staff availability of the ground handling company.
I'd say surely that comment counts as an answer if it can be backed up (it can as demonstrated by the opening of my answer).
Now, I'd like to hear your (moderators included) thoughts on the title question because as it is now the mod team are taking a hands off approach. Preferably in answers so everyone gets the chance to vote [properly].