In my blog the other day I highlighted some cases of airline employees using social networking sites to slag off their passengers.
Now, Air France-KLM has launched its own social networking site for passengers to hook up with other passengers ahead of flights.
Called Bluenity, the site has been launched to enable passengers to interact with one another ahead of taking flights, to swap tips on hotels and restaurants and to arrange to share taxis to the airport or meet up in the lounges.
Always a good idea to get hotel and restaurant tips from a local, or someone who's visited where you're flying to, but I'm not sure I'd want to be arranging to meet up with other passengers ahead of a flight.
What if you end up making contact with some weirdo, who then won't leave you alone for the duration of the flight?