Love Is In The Air: Flight Centre Launches ‘Captain Cupid’ On Its App

Love Is In The Air: Flight Centre Launches ‘Captain Cupid’ On Its App

Flight Centre has launched ‘Captain Cupid,’ a brand new perform on its app that pairs single travellers with seemingly romantic companions on their subsequent flight, cruise or tour.

Flight Centre World Managing Director Andrew Stark says the world is teeming with single travellers.


“With round 42% of our world prospects travelling solo, it is clear hundreds of individuals annually are travelling within the hope of discovering romance,” he stated. “So our app-based Captain Cupid service is lengthy overdue.”

Love Is In The Air: Flight Centre Launches ‘Captain Cupid’ On Its App
Andrew Stark

Stark says solo journey demand for journey is surging within the wake of the pandemic. “Within the final six months alone we have seen the variety of solo journey bookings leap 6% globally,” he stated.

“Think about the variety of instances you’ve travelled and will’ve been sitting for hours on finish with the particular person of your goals and by no means realized it! Now with Captain Cupid you’ll know, and one thing lovely could possibly be unfolding in your subsequent flight from London to Singapore, or whereas on safari in Kruger Nationwide Park, or on a cruise throughout the Pacific or across the Mediterranean,” Stark added.

The Captain Cupid part of the Flight Centre app is obtainable now. Travellers are invited to arrange their profiles and be among the many first to know as soon as the characteristic goes reside in Might.

“We hope Flight Centre’s Captain Cupid service will set an trade benchmark for blind journey relationship into the longer term,” stated Stark. “We expect the world is greater than able to embrace this journey innovation and embrace one another on long-haul flights, romantic sea voyages, and behind four-wheel drive automobiles.”