Tuesday, June 05, 2012

Latvian Airlines offers passengers "Seatbuddy" option!

Baltic flag-carrier airBaltic's new "SeatBuddy" scheme aims to sit like-minded fliers next to each other.

"We're the first in the world to offer this," airBaltic spokesman Janis Vanags told AFP, adding that passengers will not however be given the option of banning anyone from sitting next to them.

Passengers can choose from three preferred "flight moods" according to whether they want to get on with work, make new business contacts or simply not be bothered by someone's droning voice for the duration of the flight.

The service is optional and free and can also take into account any hobbies or interests fellow-travellers might share, ensuring that football fans or potato farmers get adjacent seats and the chance to chat from take-off to landing. Full story...

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