service aimed at getting passengers 'lucky' in the skies is here to help.
The new plan on Virgin America flights lets fliers order drinks, snacks and meals for other passengers.
Using built-in monitors, passengers can browse the seating plan and buy someone a drink discreetly.
People pay by credit card and the flight attendent delivers your flirty offering. Simple as that.
The plans announced on the company's Facebook page this week also reveal that passengers can send messages to another person through the system. So no need for awkward flirting in the loo queue.
Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson said of the plans that the chances of, 'deplaning with a plus one are at least 50 percent.' Wink wink.
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