When first-time users sign up for Crew Me, they have the option of linking their their Facebook account to their profile, but at this stage — more importantly — they must verify their airline of employment.Once a user is verified, they are free to swipe left or right, vetting potential matches in their area as they please.Another pilot was flirting with me during boarding, putting his arm around my waist, when his copilot came over and loudly said, "Hey, man, when's your baby due? If a pilot thinks he can get away with something, he'll try to.
When the pilot texted me, "Do you want some of my ice cream?
" referring to his bodily fluids, I was grossed out. I'm 33, I'm from New York, and I've been a flight attendant for three years.
Though Crew Me is only a few weeks old, Boussier already has plans for a big update, which will alert users when one of their potential matches is in the vicinity.
there were 72 initial survivors (71 humans and 1 dog) spread across 3 sections (1 front, 49 middle and 22 tail).
Released on the App Store earlier this month, Crew Me is currently free to download on all Apple devices.
The free version of the app lets users find other people, chat and view profiles of their matches.
Some women wear super-high stilettos and skirts hemmed so short that management reprimands them. " I wear flats or kitten heels and my hair in a French twist.
Flight attendants gossip about each other's revealing outfits. I usually wear red lipstick, but I don't overdo it. I love the spontaneity and adventure of my job — also very played up in the Pan Am teaser — but working for the airlines has made me quite cynical about love and marriage.
At first glance, Crew Me, the brainchild of pilot Maxence Boussier, looks very similar to the popular Tinder app.
However, rather than allowing users to view all possible matches for their location, Crew Me filters out random strangers and uses GPS to show only airline employees who are in the same city.
I was going to be trapped in a tiny cabin with this man for days at a time. "I'll text you when we're boarding." In a bar, when a sleazy guy hits on you, you can simply walk away. I've worked for two major airlines, on international and domestic flights, in both coach and first class.