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    Love is in the air! Couple gets married on plane bound for Boracay

    MANILA, Philippines –
    Love is in the air, literally, as a couple got married on a plane bound for Boracay. The unique wedding was done at 37,000 feet up in the sky!

    Kristoffer “Topy” Rustia and Micah Cura got married on AirAsia flight Z2 225 bound for Boracay. Because this is really not the usual wedding setup, Micah walked from the cockpit to the tail of the plane where Topy was waiting.

    Couple gets married on plane bound for Boracay
    Photo credit: AirAsiaPH

    It was also there that the ceremony was held. A number of people were curious whether the pilot was the one who married the love birds, but this turned out to be a Christian wedding officiated by Pastor Nigel Gamalong.

    Couple met through AirAsia

    Topy graduated with a degree in Commerce, major in Entrepreneurship, while Micah completed Fine Arts, major in Advertising. Both went to the University of Santo Tomas (UST) and were actually batchmates. Yet they said their paths never crossed in school.

    It was only when both were working as cabin crew at AirAsia that they met and fell in love some 3 years ago.

    “It was love at first sight on my part. She’s sweet. And no dull moment with her. She makes me happy. She makes me very happy,” Topy explained.

    While it wasn’t love at first sight for Micah, she eventually fell for Topy, especially because he really made an effort to make her feel happy.

    “Topy is very patient, attentive to my needs. He exerts effort all the time to make me happy,” Micah shared.

    Couple gets married on plane bound for Boracay
    Photo credit: AirAsiaPH

    Because AirAsia is a big part of why they met and fell in love, the couple had always wished to get married on board an AirAsia flight. This wish soon came true as they got married at an altitude of 37,000 feet on board AirAsia flight Z2 225 bound for Boracay.

    The commercial flight had many of their relatives and friends. The passengers of the commercial flight applauded after the ceremony as they congratulated the newlyweds. After the unique wedding, the reception was held at The Lind Boracay.

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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