For those of us that travel every week for work, we know life on the road can get lonely. Our version of a trusting relationship is seeing the same gate agent at the airport every Monday morning and our version of a “spicing things up” is choosing an American flight over a Delta one (even though I believe you must have a missing chromosome if you make this swap, but I digress). We’ve thrown all ideas of self-satisfaction out the window because we’re deathly afraid of a TSA agent finding our vibrators, and while we really, REALLY wish they would, we realize that even our hundreds of thousands of SkyMiles just can’t keep us warm at night.
Queue the solution to our problem: AirDates. Positioning itself as the Tinder of flying, AirDates is the best thing to happen to consulting since the Financial Crisis – and it hasn’t even launched yet.
Here’s how it works, per D’Marge:
“[Users] post their travel itinerary before they board a plane, hence allowing passengers to hook up with others on the same trip – whether that be in the airport pre-flight or during mid-air flight is entirely up to the participants.
For the former escapade, passengers simply activate their geo-location at the airport, which allows them to find or chat to a potential flight buddy with benefits. If your game isn’t on point and you fail to seal the deal prior to boarding, you’re in luck.
AirDates uses a new platform called Multipeer WiFi which can connect smartphones without requiring the plane’s Wi-Fi or any other network. In other words your courtship to sexy times can be extended into your flight.”
And while the CDC has yet to be reached for comments, CEO Michael Richard believes this is “the safest place to have a date.” So whether you’re in for some good ol’ fashioned fun before taking off, hooking up mid-air, or a Mile High Club and chuck, this app is guaranteed to be the ultimate wingman (pun-intended). .