Love is in the air. Literally. A woman claimed to find her future husband on an American Airlines flight, but when she forgot to get his last name and contact info, she took to Twitter to ask the airline for some help.
Emily Domesek, of New York City, was on an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Calgary, when she met a man who she believed was the one. Only problem was the pair forgot to trade contact info. So Domesek wrote to the airline, saying "Dear @AmericanAir: just got off my flight with my future husband, but didn't catch his full name. Wanna be match maker #flight1037."
The airline didn't give her the response she wanted at first, only saying "We hope your paths cross again." Domesek didn't want to give up there. She replied, saying, "@AmericanAir what happened 2 romance? I'm just a girl, standin in front of the world,asking an airline to help her (2 quote Nottingham Hill)."
The airline then said they would love to help her find the man but they weren't allowed to give out passenger information. So they asked Domesek if she had any other ideas for how they could help track them down. Domesek said "Well @AmericanAir, what if u contact him? He's a lovely man & would be excited to hear about my grand gesture you're helping with #romance." This wasn't doable for the airline either, but they did say "@psimadethis We're unable to do that either. You could profess your #romance here in hopes he or a friend tweets us. We won't mind."
Domesek responded saying "@AmericanAir he was sitting in the front row first class wearing a blue sweater, his name is Clauco. He was born in Torino & lives in soho." Others on social media started to help with her cause and the story ends with a happy ending.
Domesek found Clauco, but it wasn't because of social media. One of her friends happened to spot him. ""To close the book on this story. The universe brought us together & he's amazing. FULL STOP. #romance CC: @AmericanAir." she said. She gave more details saying "@AmericanAir all I an say: I'm grateful to Flight1073, my @SamsungMobileUS watch (w/ his photo) & friend I saw @ Apple store who knew him xo." American Airlines responded saying "@psimadethis That's #AAmazing! We hope you'll live Happily Ever After. Invite us to the wedding, virtually of course."
Domesek added that she wasn't even supposed to be on that flight and that Clauco was sitting in seat 2B, as in it was meant to be. She wouldn't go into any more details about whether or not the pair hit it off and have started a blossoming romance.