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Travel Couple Ties the Knot at 37,000 Feet

17:41  22 november  2019
17:41  22 november  2019 Source:   travelpulse.com

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(CNN) — A woman from New Zealand and a man from Australia took their love of aviation (and each other) to new heights by tying the knot 37 , 000 feet in As the plane flew between their two countries, the couple pledged their love and commitment to each other in a special ceremony at the front of the

The Valliants, as they are now known, were recently married at 37 , 000 feet on Jetstar Airways Flight 201, as they tied the knot symbolically about halfway The couple met online in 2011 while playing the computer game "Airport City" and met in person for the first time two years later at Sydney airport.

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Somewhere between Sydney, Australia and Auckland, New Zealand, they went from David and Cathy to Mr. and Mrs.

The Valliants, as they are now known, were recently married at 37,000 feet on Jetstar Airways Flight 201, as they tied the knot symbolically about halfway between Australia, where David is from, and New Zealand, where Cathy hails.

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(CNN) — A woman from New Zealand and a man from Australia took their love of aviation (and each other) to new heights by tying the knot 37 , 000 feet in As the plane flew between their two countries, the couple pledged their love and commitment to each other in a special ceremony at the front of the

They tied the knot as they hit the halfway point between their home countries.A Jetstar ground crew member acted as officiant as the plane's A woman from New Zealand and a man from Australia took their love of aviation and each other to new heights by tying the knot 37 , 000 feet in the air.

The couple met online in 2011 while playing the computer game "Airport City" and met in person for the first time two years later at Sydney airport.

"Our love of aviation is what brought us together," Cathy said in a statement to the media. “It was the most amazing experience and something we will remember for the rest of our lives.”

Dressed in a tuxedo and wedding gown, the couple married legally in the terminal moments before the flight took off, and then again in the aisle of the aircraft is it crossed from Australia toward New Zealand.

A Jetstar ground crew member served as the officiant on the plane.

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Passengers on board this Alaska Airlines flight were treated to the sight of this couple getting married. The bride was an employee of the airline which allowed her to fulfil her wish of getting married while in the air. The bride’s mother was also there to witness the touching moment.

David and Cathy Valliant tied the knot at 37 , 000 feet in the air, mid-flight on a plane travelling from Australia to New Zealand. The couple 's decision to have their wedding ceremony on the plane was down to their shared interest in aviation. The pair met online in 2011 while playing the video game

Ironically, as much as the two have a love of flying, David’s nerves got the best of him when it came time for the proposal years earlier. He had intended to do that on a plane as well, on a flight from Brisbane to Melbourne, but eventually settled for a land proposal later that night.

Aviation was also involved in their first actual meeting. After a virtual courtship online, their first face-to-face personal meeting was when Cathy flew from Auckland to Sydney to meet David.

"We wanted it to symbolize our love for aviation, our love for Australia and New Zealand and our love for each other. I thought: I'll be cheeky and ask Jetstar," she said.

The airline agreed and made the arrangements. Fellow passengers were emailed well ahead of time of what was going to happen, including filming, and were able to change flights at no charge if they so opted.

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