A woman on January 3rd’s Ryanair flight FR2371 from London Stansted to Dublin has fallen for a man she barely spoke to during the journey. Only she didn’t get his number and she’s seeking the world’s help to track him down.
She’s a blond from Berlin living in Dublin. He was in 9D, about 5′ 11″, with dark blond hair. They made eye contact, but didn’t speak until passport control.
Notably this shot at love was struck on a 59 minute flight.
The woman had to collect her bag at baggage claim. He didn’t have any luggage and his friends were waiting on him.
“He hesitated a bit when Vera said she had to pick up her bag first and he said, ‘Oh okay’ and then she said have a nice stay.”
Now, you’d think that legacy airlines would offer better dating demographics than an ultra low cost carrier like Ryanair. But they’re so engrained in the nation’s transportation now that this just isn’t true. For instance Prince William has eschewed British Airways in favor of Ryanair and two years ago then-Prime Minister David Cameron was spotted eating Pringles on Ryanair competitor easyJet.
RyanAir, whose sense of humor normally tracks that of a 13 year old boy, offered in a statement, “‘It’s nice to see our customers love each other as much as they love our (very attractive) low fares.'”