Virgin America Makes Canoodling Easier by Joining the Mile-High Club

By: Ian Andrew Panganiban - Published: • References: virgin & clickorlando
Airplane flights are often long and uneventful and that's probably why Virgin America introduced a function on its flights that allows passengers to send drinks to other passengers, increasing their odds of becoming a part of the mile-high club.

The service is done through the plane's in-flight entertainment system. A detailed map of the seat plan is made available to the passenger who wants to send a drink -- making it easier and less awkward for passengers to find that potential love connection. The flight hook-up system also features a list of available drinks, snacks, and meals passengers can send to one another. The service also integrates a seat-to-seat instant messaging system in the mix, making it easier to chat with one another -- just hope the person messaging you is someone you could be interested in. Stats for In-Flight Flirting Services Trending: Older & Warm
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