But thanks to a new app designed exclusively for airline employees, love — or even just a quick fling — is only a swipe away.
At first glance, Crew Me, the brainchild of pilot Maxence Boussier, looks very similar to the popular Tinder app.
Regardless of whether the app brings them together for a drink or something more, it enables airline employees to meet and mingle with peers as they please.
However, rather than allowing users to view all possible matches for their location, Crew Me filters out random strangers and uses GPS to show only airline employees who are in the same city.
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Once a user is verified, they are free to swipe left or right, vetting potential matches in their area as they please.
According to Condé Nast Traveller, Boussier says that he developed Crew Me after observing that crew members employed by different carriers didn’t really connect.
Crew Me will be available to Android users via the Play Store later this year.
When first-time users sign up for Crew Me, they have the option of linking their their Facebook account to their profile, but at this stage — more importantly — they must verify their airline of employment.