Using geolocation technology, Air Dates scans the surrounding area for fellow passengers to connect with.
Through the app, users can chat with fellow passengers before boarding their flight.
It’s the age old question that plagues singles across the world.
Whether flirting in a bar, rubbing elbows at the office, or trying to catch the eye of the handsome barista, dating is an elusive game with a large playing field.
Beyond the ease of having an app help strike up conversation with the dashing traveler in 26A, Richard believes that dating in the air is likely the safest place to date.
In no other dating scenario are potential suitors pre-screened by TSA before sitting down to chat.
If you have the chance to date one, don’t hesitate to book the flight! Flight attendants have free or low-cost standby flight benefits to most destinations. People who fly the friendly skies for a living spend a lot of time away from home, so they’re very appreciative of a familiar face and an intimate evening at home when down time finally arrives. It cannot be said of flight attendants that they don’t get out much.
Rather than pass the time with intermittent naps, new dating app Air Dates turns flying time into a first date.
Air Dates works by having users input their upcoming flight itineraries prior to arriving at their departure terminal.
From the simple swipe of a finger to the more complicated algorithms of dating websites, technology continues to push boundaries when it comes to love.
Now a new dating trend promises to match singles in the unlikeliest of places: 39,000 feet up in the air.