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Wedding at 32,000 feet is a first for Southwest Airlines

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A couple constantly on the move got hitched on Southwest Airlines' first non-stop flight from Nashville to Dallas Love Field. (www.usatoday.com) More...

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WALLACE24
WALLACE24 6
What altitude will they fly for the divorce?
paultrubits
paul trubits 0
Wallace24: they will be taking the bus.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 4
Oh. At least they'll have bigger seats.
Skyspy11
Skyspy11 2
Good for SouthWest... it is that thinking out of the box that makes some airlines great !
KimRFrazier
Kim Frazier 3
Not to be a party pooper, but after the initial "oh how sweet" reaction, the next thing to cross my mind was unexpected turbulence and that poor little flower girl hitting the ceiling. Glad it went well.
paultrubits
paul trubits 1
Hope they waited to start their "honeymoon" until after they landed.
KimRFrazier
Kim Frazier 1
seriously...that bathroom is NOT big enough.
pdixonj
pdixonj 0
Who said anything about them starting it in the bathroom.........?
KimRFrazier
Kim Frazier 1
Who needs wi-fi?!
Av8nut
That's why they picked a short flght.

Take care of business - then get down to business ;)
rwf1001
Yeah...all this "business" going on, would that be in "business" class? HAHAHAHA
rwf1001
so THAT'S why the LAVATORY is always out of order! LMAO
stevooz
steve rogers 3
where the cans trailing on the wing tips or the rear ?? imm ? I wonder ?
joelwiley
joel wiley 3
I guess the Captain was not the officiant. He would have attended, but he had to work that day. 8-)
rwf1001
So, tell me, when the captain turns off the "no smoking" sign, is that the new "SMOKING"....AHEM AHEM...sign?
akayemm
To stay creative and alive - an age old advice - ' when was the last time you did some thing for the first time ? '
joelwiley
joel wiley 0
just now I read your post for the first time.
Probably doesn't count.
Good to see you pop up.

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