It will enable a traveler to sit next to someone who shares an interest or profession. Dutch airline KLM is offering passengers a choice of seat-mates by accessing each other's Facebook and LinkedIn profiles. The 'meet and seat'. It has been over a year now, that I was reading travel news, and got impressed about KLM taking one step further into dealing with its clients on social media.
By David MillwardTransport Editor. KLM was unable to say whether it will levy a fee for what is believed to be the first such matchmaking service to be adopted by an airline Photo. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has taken blind-dating to new heights by launching an initiative that will allow customers to pick their seat-mates on Facebook.
The lottery of who you sit next to on an airline flight can make travel interesting — or unbearable. Have you ever had a morbidly obese, chain-smoking, McDonald's-loving, shower -hating seatmate next to you on a six hour transcon? Or the guy who won't stop. First, JetBlue invited passengers on a coast-to-coast flight to "Reach Across the Aisle" and cooperate to win round-trip tickets.
Ever wished you could choose your seatmate on a long overseas flight? Hate getting stuck next to the screaming baby or the burly seat hog? Dutch airline KLM is introducing a new program that will allow travelers to choose who they sit next to according to social media profiles. The idea is simple.
Thus far, KLM has chosen to improve the booking process and the flight itself. At the heart of the service is a smart app that handles the matchmaking and way.
KLM's quirky 'Meet and Seat' passenger matchmaking campaign has already drawn many plaudits. Now it's ramping up awareness with a number celebrity.
It has been over a year now, that I was reading travel news, and got impressed about KLM taking one step further into dealing with its clients on social media.
The newspaper naturally discusses the matchmaking potential of KLM's service. According to the Times, a recent poll showed 45 percent of.