Even if this were a true feature. Who are KLM kidding that it would be used by business people to sit beside other business people.
It’d be used for 2 things
1)sit beside the hot girl\guy
2)Avoid sitting beside someone that’s fat.
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Don’t forget people with infants.
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Is this an in-flight dating service type thing? If so, there’s going to be a lot more members of the mile high club.
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If you’re going to have to chat with your seat buddy, at least it might be someone interesting. To you. The first few people who pick their seat don’t know seem to get a choice, it’s bothersome for that reason alone, some chatty person uses this to find people to talk at. It’s also for security reasons not a good idea to post your travel plans on facebook – someone could use this to look up who’s not going to be at home.
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Ironically, on a plane I’d want to sit with people I could ignore, but those aren’t the same people I ignore on facebook.
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Hmm… let’s have a look at these profiles… ooh, this Tyler Durden guy sounds interesting….*click*
I would much rather pick my seat by its location on the plane than by its proximity to someone that might keep trying to talk to me while I’m trying to read or sleep.
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I was expecting hotel room to come up after taxi.
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Am I alone in finding this to be super-creepy?
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No, you’re not. This is an example of extreme security blindness when it comes to ensuring the safety of your customers. No hotel would ever do this. What makes an airline think that female travelers want random strangers to be able to find and target them?
Chooses seat next to hot chick, checks next day to find that hot chick has changed seats.
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ohhh this dutch…..
a journey of inspiration…..
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