Air Dates, the new “Tinder for air travel” is designed to help passengers connect in-flight and chat to other people.
au reported that the app encourages users to upload their travel itineraries so that they can arrange meet-ups at the airport, the business lounge, or aboard the plane.
Crew is an online dating and friendship site for single people that loves aviation and flying.
Crewdating members are a mix of Pilots, Flight Attendants, Air Traffic controllers, Private Pilots, CFI's and all others with an interest in aviation.
The company is also considering to allow only female users to initiate conversations with a stranger to avoid abusive behavior that would discourage users.
It’s no wonder then that members of the cabin crew, and in particular air hostesses are in high demand when it comes to the dating scene.He also said being near other people eliminates the risk of danger.Women who are threatened or harassed can block all communication with a user if they wish to.To answer all those burning questions we had about flying and the people who ensure we do it safely, we turned to Annette Long, a flight attendant with 13 years of experience. Read more: * Flight attendant one of the most stressful jobs * A hazing ritual forced Chinese female flight attendants into overhead bins * Flight attendant says this is the most common misconception about her job What's the most desirable flight for a flight attendant to work? You really are so tired, you can't even type on Facebook, 'I'm home now.' On the day after your trip you close the blinds, you may or may not answer the phone. Half of the crew heads to the crew rest bunks for four hours while the other half stay up. What happens if you hit turbulence when you're up there? They will never 'die' on the flight -- we don't pronounce them.We have a saying: 'One girl's trash is another girl's treasure.' When I posted on my Facebook page that I was flying to Beijing, one of my friends wrote, 'Better you than me.' She likes to fly domestic, and there are a lot of my friends who love to fly domestic. And then there are people who only want to fly international. The bunks, which are up a very small spiral staircase in the tail of the plane, are small. If somebody gets really sick, we have a connection to a company called Med Link.As passengers, you blindly place a huge amount of trust in your airline crew to ensure that you're safely hurdled through the air about 10,000 metres. You can just picture the vultures when there's a first class meal available. On the Beijing flight, which is 14 hours, we have four-hour breaks. One of our new hires recently slept through three wake up calls so, apparently for her, no.So it's a little surprising that there is still so much about the world of commercial aviation that's shrouded in mystery. We get what's left over of the fresh food after the passengers have been fed. We do the beverage service, the meal service, we pick up, do the dessert service, we pick up again, and then we start taking breaks. And they give you a chance to sleep or listen to music or just relax -- whatever you want to do. For me, I only slept a couple of hours and then I got up and it got really bumpy. What happens when someone gets really sick or dies mid-flight?We give you the chance to meet others who loves flying and airplanes as much as you do.Where ever you are in the world, all you need is an internet connection and you can stay in touch or make new friends.We're sending out the call to the world's aviation buddies and airline staff; .Love Air has been cruising the skies of cyberspace since 2004.Do you keep the passenger in their seat if they die? Thankfully I've never been in that situation, and I don't know anyone who has been in that situation.I would probably put a blanket over the person so it would become less of something to look at. Are there any signals you use to communicate with crew members to be more subtle? Is it difficult to sleep during that four-hour time span?