Finding Love at 30,000 Feet! WeMetOnAPlane.com launches mobile app to help passengers re-unite online
SYDNEY, Jan. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Have you ever met that special someone on a plane but for whatever reason you didn't end up exchanging your contact details with each other and later regretted it? Without their name, how are you going to find them on Facebook?
So if you're looking for them, and they're looking for you the WeMetOnAPlane mobile app is your opportunity to search, find and connect with that special someone!
How the app works: Go to www.WeMetOnAPlane.com and download the app. Then search using your flight number, year, month, date, origin or destination. Our advanced search algorithm, will display search results of all stories from that specific flight that have been shared by other passengers. Recognise a story? Simply post a reply to their story and they will be emailed immediately.
Don't recognise any of the stories? Simply click "Share Your Story" and tell us your story about how you met that special someone. Was it love at first sight? Then share your story via social media including Facebook & Twitter and help us help you find them! The more people who know, the more chance you have of finding and connecting with that special someone.
32 year-old Australian Internet Entrepreneur Will Scully-Power is the brainchild behind the recently launched app and founder of the site www.WeMetOnAPlane.com He launched the site after meeting his girlfriend on a plane in 2011. You can read their full connection story here: www.wemetonaplane.com/2011-7-11-from-kuala-lumpur-kul-to-sydney-syd
The free app is available for Apple iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
"We already have a number of successful connections with thousands of stories shared from hundreds of countries including the US, Australia, Germany, Switzerland, New Zealand, UK, Canada, Netherlands, Norway and India. With more than 4 billion passengers passing through airports annually, we are excited about the opportunity this mobile app brings in helping people re-connect with the one that got away," said Will Scully-Power, founder of WeMetOnAPlane.com.