Tech Day Sunday – In Flight Dating App

You can now find love or lust at 30,000 ft.

This week, Qantas unveiled the Boeing Dreamliner that’s being added to its fleet. And while the 787-9 comes with a bunch of awesome upgrades like bigger seats, larger windows, fewer greenhouse emissions and “Seatchat,” which can be a game changer for the dating world.

Seatchat appears on the tiny screen on the back of your headrest.  It allows you to message anyone around the plane as long as you know their seat number.

Seatchat allows you to talk with hot strangers that have caught your eye since the departure lounge, or boarding.

Over the course of an 18-hour international flight, entire relationships can blossom, flourish, or die before landing.

The SeatChat app will send a tumbleweed emoji across the screen if you are not messaged during the flight.  That could be such a total downer to one’s self-esteem if you are single.

Next time you are boomed out that your dating app is not blowing up you can pack your passport, book your flight on Qantas and head over to Australia for romance.  Either way, it’s a win, win scenario!

Sending love vibes!

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  1. Alina Altamirano

    Amazing article! enjoyed that topic=)) i was just recently flying to LA. but
    I am usually end up sitting either next to kids or men that i completely not attracted to =)))

  2. Mario

    Good afternoon dear Ingrid. As we speak I an Amtrak train riding towards Miami. I love train rides and.I booked it to attend a couse in Jacksonville. Sounds exciting but it might have the same drawback as most dating apos: the ephemeral nature of those bondings. Please read my blog next Satirday about those apps.
    Um baccione. Arrivederci!

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