EasyJet Airline, Airbus A319-111, landing at Edinburgh 21st April 2009

EasyJet Airline, Airbus A319-111, landing at Edinburgh 21st April 2009

Believe it or not, British budget airline EasyJet has been asked on more than one occasion if they could marry people at 30,000 feet. They always had to say “no,” but they wanted to say “yes.” EasyJet wanted their pilots to be able to officiate weddings during flight. If sea captains can, why not pilots?

The Borough Council told EasyJet “no” but they would be happy to let people marry at the airport.

The idea sounds pretty cool, but I wonder how annoying it would be for frequent flyers who can no longer take naps because EasyJet keeps hosting weddings on their flights.

Source: Bedford Today Image: Gerry Hill

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saikumar

i want to get married in flight in future.

what is the rental cost of a flight for 5 hours?

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