(KTLA) — Two Alaska Airlines employees are now involved after one raised the question 30,000 feet in the air on a special flight from San Francisco to Los Angeles.
Veronica Rojas, a flight attendant in Alaska, has proposed to her friend Alejandra Moncayo, an airline pilot, during an Alaska Airlines flight aboard the company’s Pride in the Sky plane.
The two met aboard an Alaska Airlines flight in 2020.
When Rojas came up with the idea of making a proposal in the air, she reached out to senior airline officials who were only too eager to make sure the proposal went smoothly.
On Wednesday, Rojas asked Moncayo to join her on a quick trip from San Francisco to LA, who happened to be aboard the Pride plane.
During the flight, Rojas dropped to one knee and proposed to her friend via the PA system.
Moncayo said yes.
The romance continued once the plane landed. As the newly engaged couple got out and walked to the gate, Moncayo introduced himself. Neither Rojas nor airlines knew that Moncayo had even intended to propose.
The twin proposal comes during Pride Month and coincides with the one-year anniversary of the debut of Alaska’s Pride in the Sky plane.
In the end, it wasn’t just the couple who felt the love during the flight. In honor of the special proposal, Alaska has awarded each person on the plane free tickets for a future flight to Alaska, the airline said.
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