Sites like Planely and KLM are taking a similar approach, connecting you for with people on your flight or at the same arrival/destination points.Planely, for example, uses people’s Linked In and Facebook profiles to suggest useful social or business connections beyond romantic dates.We built the app and now we're building the community, we need travellers to join our growing community and tell their friends about it.Sony SRS-XB40 has a built-in multi-coloured line light, speaker lights and a flashing strobe.I, personally, think Planely hits on a great medium of optimizing connections around you beyond dating in an airpot. Seriously, what if someone won’t stop bothering me? It’s entirely up to you to respond (or not), and there'll be a block option if someone is super persistent, like this lady. Sophie-Claire Hoeller is Thrillist's associate travel editor and can barely stand breathing the same air as strangers, let alone make small talk with them.
How many times have you gotten on a plane and hoped that you had a seat next to one of the hot girls on that flight?The app's description says: 'Whether you are a business traveller en route to a conference or a music fan headed to a festival looking to make new friends before the event and maybe even share a cab from the airport, Btrfly brings travellers together.'Speaking to The Independent, Cenk Gurz, CEO of Btrfly, said: 'As a frequent traveller, I have met all kinds of people at airports, and even come across a few great opportunities with interesting strangers.'We're all wasting time at airports; this is a way to make the most of that time.'They simply don't have time to date when they're at home, so this [airport dating] could be very efficient.'He wrote: 'In my opinion, this is a little too much.Do we really need to be on the hunt for women 24/7?