Love is in the air crew dating
“I came with a list of things to do and getting kissed by a Kiwi was on my list.
I took care of that tonight,” reported an exhausted but happy Edwards while waiting for the shuttle bus back to her hotel.
During the speed-dating sessions on those flights, women sat in reserved seats chatting for five-minute intervals with male passengers who had to change seats when a special signal was given.
On Air New Zealand’s matchmaking flight, passengers were free to chat with whomever they wished for as long as they wanted. Ian Yeoman, a tourism professor and travel futurist at Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand, doesn’t expect Air New Zealand to go into the official matchmaking business anytime soon but says hosting a matchmaking flight made a lot of sense. And travel has become a meeting place for singles [he calls them singletons] who often travel in hopes of meeting someone special along the way.” So be on the lookout, he says, for more themed flights and tourism campaigns targeted at those singletons, such as the successful 2007 Scottish Tourism Board campaign in which women from around the world were asked to vote on their favorite hunky Scot on a Web site featuring photos of men wearing kilts and authentic Scottish attire.
Flight attendants are the second-most popular among females in Spain too, after store managers. Colombia's male flight attendants are rated fifth most popular and France's male cabin crew are at the very top of the swipe food chain.You never know who’ll turn out to be someone you’ll want to be friends with.” Steve Borgford, a 34-year-old substitute teacher from Bellevue, Wash., took that advice to heart.On the ground, he’s had little luck with speed-dating, online matchmaking, introductions from friends, and “just going up and talking to people,” but during the matchmaking flight he diligently made his way through the cabin chatting up as many other singles as he could.Mary Major, a dealer at a casino in Everett, Wash., also went home from the ball without a match, but she has no regrets about flying all the way to New Zealand for the chance of meeting that special someone. I got what I came for: a great time.” Things worked out for 24-year-old Keisha Edwards, one of two nurses from Oregon who missed their chance to mingle on the matchmaking flight because their connecting flight was delayed.The two women caught the next (non-matchmaking) flight and arrived in Auckland in time for the ball.
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