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Woman Uses Twitter to Search for Man She Met on the Plane: FIND OUT WHAT HAPPENS

Mar 18, 2014 08:29 AM EDT
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One woman in search for love utilized social media to help her find the man she's set to marry.

Erica Domesek lives in New York City and was traveling on an American Airlines flight from Dallas to Calgary, Canada, when she met a guy who sat beside her on the plane.

Domesek shared that the two of them exchanged stories but not their last names or their contact information so Domesek decided to Tweet the airlines to ask them for help.

Using her Twitter account, she wrote, "Dear @AmericanAir: just got off my flight with my future husband, but didn't catch his full name. Wanna be match maker? #flight1037."

Unfortunately, the airline did not give her that much help at first but responded to her tweet and wrote, "We hope your paths cross again." Obviously Domesek wasn't contented so she replied, "@AmericanAir what happened 2 romance? I'm just a girl, standing in front of the world, asking an airline to help her (2 quote 'Notting Hill')."

American Airlines did give in to her plea and told her that they would help her find her "Happily Ever After." Since the airline cannot give out information about their passengers, they asked Domesek to help them with ideas on how they could link them up once more.

Domesek tweeted, "Well @AmericanAir, what if u contact him? He's a lovely man & would be excited to hear about my grand gesture you're helping with #romance." However, the airlines still said they couldn't do that but offered that Domesek continue professing her intentions for the guy in the hopes that he or his friends find the tweets.

Domesek then tweeted a more detailed description of the man she was looking for. Surprisingly enough, Domesek actually found the guy, and as a gesture of thanks, she shared the news to the Airline by tweeting them, "To close the book on this story. The universe brought us together and he's amazing. FULL STOP. #romance CC: @AmericanAir."

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