Dutch airline KLM has now itself entreated the social networking revolution. A service allows participating passengers to view each others Facebook profiles, and can the request to sit next to them. Currently this must be a pretty unique even amongst airlines as a world first. KLM managing director Erik Varwijk told the New York Times "For ten years, there has been this question about serendipity and whether you could improve the chances of meeting somebody interesting onboard, but the technology just wasn't available".
There is no doubt there are plenty that don't get it, however.
It may sound like a recipe for disaster, or at least an open invitation for passengers to join the mile-high club. But Dutch airline KLM is developing a tool which will allow passengers to choose who they sit next to on flights, by accessing each other's Facebook and LinkedIn profiles. The service, called 'meet and seat', will enable travellers checking in online to access the social networking sites and pick their ideal neighbour. Mile-high club: KLM is introducing a service which allows passengers to choose who they sit next to.
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