kisses in the skies-world record set by SkyEurope
18]BRATISLAVA, Slovakia--More than 2200 kisses on board of
Airlines created a world record for most kisses
in the skies on St. Valentine’s Day, 14th February 2008.
All 14 aircraft on 84 flights with 31 crews
in total has been involved in this unique project called KISS
celebrated 6th anniversary of its first flight by bringing
love in the air and creating world record in number of kisses
in the skies.
counted in total 2214 kisses on board of its flights on 14th
February. All passengers traveling on board of SkyEurope flights
on St. Valentine’s were asked by crews to help create the
world record and kiss.
Each kiss was then counted and added to the whole
amount of kisses on board of the whole fleet on all the flights
of SkyEurope that day.
All kissing passengers were awarded by world
record champion certificate and a voucher for a free ticket
valid for upcoming two months time.
Moreover each passenger flying on board
of any St. Valentine’s SkyEurope flight received little chocolate
is celebrating 6th anniversary of its first flight by bringing
love in the air together with another great experience for
our passengers. With our KISS EUROPE project we are sending
out clear message that we love to carry our passengers and
after today’s world record we can definitely say our passengers
love to fly with SkyEurope,” says Steven Greenway, Chief Commercial
Officer of SkyEurope.
Most kisses were counted on the flights to UK,
France, Netherlands and Italy. Kissing on board was popular
also on domestic and short sector routes such as Vienna –
Innsbruck, Bratislava – Košice and Bratislava – Prague since
the very first flight departure at 6:20 in the morning.
“KISS EUROPE was very warmly accepted by passengers.
People of all ages had a lot of fun on board. Not only couples
in love were kissing, we also had parents kissing their children
and many friendly kisses have been exchanged for free tickets
all over European airspace today. SkyEurope
made flying simply as easy as a kiss,” says Tomáš Kika, SkyEurope’s
Head Of Communications.
No other airline has ever attempted to create
a world record in kissing in European airspace before.