Airlines have noticed that hurtling through the sky in a shrieking tube of metal while fending off questions like, "What's that you're reading, neighbor?" from your socially oblivious seatmate is downright unpleasant, so they're trying really hard to make it be less unpleasant by implementing all sorts of seat-choosing gimmicks, such as letting passengers premeditate who they'll annoy for eight hours via Facebook. Latvian airline Air Baltic, though, doesn't especially like the idea of people just trying to hook-up all over its airplanes, so, in order to make in-flight interactions more agreeable, it's going to start pairing seatmates based on three distinct "flight moods."
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