My Charter Flight Company
Now that we have Hillary Clinton in the White House, I have a great job and I started my own Charter Airline. It is simply called Firefly Charter Airline. It is based right here in Alabama. It flies everyday to destinations all over the country (haven’t expanded to other countries yet).
Since the economy is improving and people have disposable incomes, they are willing to pay for a unique experience. These planes have leather seats and plenty of legroom. There are curtains all the way around each pair of seats. When you buy a ticket, you can get the other seat for half of the price. This will allow you to have a little leather couch all to yourself. Children younger than twelve are not allowed. Naturally, there are cup holders and television screens in each pair of seats if you are not into partying. Each television also has Internet apps, so you can watch Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and any other streaming service you like to use. If you are wanting to have a Netflix and chill flight, you can do that, too.
The seats cost a little more than regular flights, but can still afford it
There is also a bar that is open the entire flight. Some people buy tickets for a trip just to fly in my planes. It has become a popular celebration plan. People have bachelor and/or bachelorette parties there. This is the ultimate in fun and travel for those of us without children. Everyone who has been stuck on a cramped, crowded flight with screaming babies and toddlers will dream of a plane ride like this.
Each pair of seats can be joined together and folded out into a bed for the couples in their closed off areas. The food is also amazing. Each day of the week is a different type of cuisine. For instance, Monday night is Italian. Mexican foods are served Tuesday nights, and there are others. Tuesday nights have great, imported tequila. There will naturally be lots of pitchers of margaritas for everyone. Monday nights have a choice of fancy wines or martinis or Italian ice drinks. There are always fancy desserts to go with each themed food night.
The fun began…
Today, we have a young man, Malcolm, who is celebrating one year being free of cancer. His breast cancer was successfully beaten, so she wanted to do something fun. He had finished chemotherapy six months ago. He had quickly gained back the weight he lost.
He never thought anyone would tell her to lose a few pounds as a cancer patient, but, of course, his mother did. Now that he is back at a healthy weight from doing this specific fat-blaster diet, he is taking his trip to Las Vegas on Natalie Charter airlines. He had planned this trip before he got sick. He friends will be meeting him there.
I was joining the flight that day, and I decided to sit next to him. He was adorable, and, lucky for me, he was single. We talked during the entire flight. He is also an atheist and a liberal like I am. He loves Doctor Who, and more science fiction and fantasy television shows and movies. We talked about everything imaginable. Life. Love. Past love. I found out that we both have mental illnesses and struggle with depression often.
Looks wise… he is six feet tall, covered in tattoos, with beautiful blue eyes and tattoos. He is fairly thin with some muscles, but not too beefy.
We had a few drinks and partied on the plane. There were a few couples and about ten singles joining in on the party on the plane. Malcolm and I joined in off and on during the five-hour flight. There was a dance floor set up along with the open bar. We danced and talked with all of the other people there.
I had originally planned to return home after getting to Las Vegas, but I decided to go with him to hang out with him and his friends. His friends are great and they are so much fun to hang out with. After partying on the plane and The Strip last night, we slept until morning.