With the help of JetBlue staff, inflight entertainment equipment and surrounding passengers, a man recently popped-the-big-question to his girlfriend of five years mid-flight.
Booking the JetBlue flight to San Francisco for 19 June with the pretense to celebrate his birthday, Adam Leisle had secretly put together a video montage of their time together and requested staff play it on every entertainment monitor across the plane, ABC News reported.
Touched by the gesture, his girlfriend, Taryn bust into tears before he knelt down on one knee and ask her to marry him.
Accepting his proposal, the proposal went off without any hiccups.
Mr Leisle told GoodMorningAmerica.com he wanted to do something “special” and out of the ordinary for the proposal, which took months of planning.
“I had heard of people proposing on flights, but it was always over the PA system, and they didn’t really have a plan to it,” he explained.
“I wanted to do it on a flight with monitors on every single seat.
“What a perfect way to showcase this whole proposal to everybody.
“So I booked the flight and then figured how to get it into the hands of JetBlue. You have to find the right people.”
Upon arrival in San Francisco the couple was greeted by JetBlue staff who had congratulatory cake and champagne.