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Networking on the fly: Baltic Air introduces intelligent seating to help passengers get social

I love this:  Air Baltic – a Latvian airline – has become the first commercial service to introduce intelligent seating, offering the opportunity
for like-minded passengers to sit together. Travellers will be offered the choice of three preferred “flight moods”
which relate to whether they want to get on with work, make new
business contacts or simply not be bothered by someone’s droning voice
for the duration of the flight.

The service is an optional free extra, and can also factor in any
hobbies or interests a passenger may wish to list, meaning footy fans
and workaholics alike may find a friend on-board.

If only they could come up with something like that for the dreaded Australia Post queue… or personality matching in open plan offices… now there’s an idea!

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