HONEY I SHRUNK THE INTERNET – INSIDE A PLANE

According to webopedia – The Internet is a global network connecting millions of computers. More than 190 countries are linked into exchanges of data, news and opinions.

According to  Internet Live Stats, as of September 28th 2015 there were an estimated 3,213,798,480 Internet users worldwide, 3,553,580 blog posts and 331,885,850 active twitter users. The number of Internet users represents nearly 40 percent of the world’s population.

Thanks to the internet the barriers to communication are quickly dissolving. Conversations are being had across the globe through email, Skype video, on forums, you name it.

Alex from the US can chat with Laerke in Denmark, Kiran from India can present his product design to Amukusana in Zambia, and Shirley in Australia can receive a wedding proposal from Isla from London.

According to webopedia – The Internet is a global network connecting millions of computers. More than 190 countries are linked into exchanges of data, news and opinions.

According to  Internet Live Stats, as of September 28th 2015 there were an estimated 3,213,798,480 Internet users worldwide, 3,553,580 blog posts and 331,885,850 active twitter users. The number of Internet users represents nearly 40 percent of the world’s population.

It’s no surprise that the internet has revolutionized the way that we network and establish relationships. It is the FLYGHTCLUB mission to take that technology a step further by bringing you real time, local connections.

So what is FLYGHT CLUB? It is a new Social Media app specifically designed for flyers. FLYGHT CLUB is the first ever application designed to virtually introduce airline passengers in-flight and at the airport. Now it is easy to connect with passengers on a specific flight beforehand, during, or after your travel. Professionals are using FLYGHTCLUB to exchange information about the flight, and build networks. Airlines love FLYGHTCLUB because they have direct access to travelers willing to provide feedback on their flight.

FC4Passenger Kim Kamando explains…

” Frequent flyers often find themselves all alone at an airport, even though like-minded business people are zipping by. It’s different on the plane or at the hotel bar, where you easily make small talk, and business connections. But, at the airport, nothing.  It’s understandable. Being at the airport can be draining, and striking up conversations with a million people around can be awkward. Which is where FlyghtClub can help.”

It works like just like other dating/networking apps such as Tinder, by using your GPS to pinpoint potential matches who are nearby, maybe even just a few feet away. Except, FlyghtClub is designed specifically for frequent flyers.

Hanging around at an airport for the next couple of hours? You can stick a few bucks into a massage chair, to kill some time. Or, you can connect with other business people with FlyghtClub.

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