"Missed Connections" aren't just limited to subway platforms, indie rock concerts and Applebee's (?!) anymore. Now, just in time for Valentine's Day, comes WeMetOnAPlane, the website that allows you to find the passenger that charmed their way into your heart before exiting through customs.
The site was founded by Will Scully-Power, who met his girlfriend while on a flight from Thailand to Malaysia and was inspired to help other budding in-flight flirtations blossom into full-on romance. He told MSNBC, "After analyzing Google's search data, we found over 4,000 people were searching daily for someone they'd met on a plane. Yet there was no website or service availability to help facilitate a reconnection."
While the website gives those who were too shy to get their seatmate's number a second chance at love, why not let that guy with the great in-flight book chops know you want to share more than travel-sized cocktails/reading material while he's still buckled in beside you?
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