Airline Looks To Taiwan The Knot

A Taiwanese airline will be hosting a speed-dating opportunity for singles on one of their airliners. The contestants can either end up flying high, or crashing and burning. Uh, figuratively.

Taiwanese carrier EVA Air has launched a speed-dating event for singles in which 20 men and 20 women will board a plane for a three-hour ride, then land right back where they started. The full-circle trip will then be followed by a two-hour date back on land.

The airline teamed up with Mobius, a travel experience company, to organize these flights, called “Fly! Love Is In the Air!” set to take place on Christmas, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

Inside the plane, travelers won’t be able to choose their seats. Instead, they’ll be seated two-by-two by a lucky draw. Beyond talking to each other during the flight — and, yes, passengers can mix and mingle with those in other rows — the single crowd will also munch on dishes prepared by Michelin-starred chef Motokazu Nakamura, although they’ll need to keep masks on while not eating or drinking.

Thankfully, masks are not required in the bathrooms when couples join the Mile High Club.

3 thoughts on “Airline Looks To Taiwan The Knot

  1. I got nothin’. Other than I’m glad I don’t have to deal with this crap, being married to my best friend for 48 years come Tuesday.


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