​Man Proposes To Flight Attendant Girlfriend And The Whole Plane Gets Involved

A man proposed to his flight attendant girlfriend while she was working at 35,000 feet, and the whole plane was in on the surprise.

Stefano Inve decided to propose to his girlfriend, Vittoria Stabile, on a flight from Rome to Dubai, and enlisted the help of the cabin crew and passengers on-board.

His future fiancée's colleagues and the plane's passengers helped to decorate the cabin with balloons, love hearts and roses without her knowing.

Vittoria boarded the flight thinking she was simply going to be carrying out a normal shift, but stepped off the plane with an engagement ring on her finger.

The proposal was captured on hundreds of the passengers' phones and it looks ultra romantic.

Stefano had everything covered, and made sure his girlfriend knew just how much he loves her.

Vittoria was very overwhelmed. (Credit: YouTube/Emirates)
Vittoria was very overwhelmed. (Credit: YouTube/Emirates)

Each passenger had a picture of Stefano to cover their face with as Vittoria was led into the cabin.

She was then presented with single roses from different passengers as she made her way down the aisle.

Clearly overwhelmed, Vittoria was in tears before she had even spotted her future husband.

Stefano was waiting with a ring. (Credit: YouTube/Emirates)
Stefano was waiting with a ring. (Credit: YouTube/Emirates)

Stefano then got down on one knee in the kitchen (not entirely romantic but it's probably the most spacious part of the plane).

Of course, Vittoria said yes and everyone's proposal standards have just been raised by 35,000 feet.

The video of the proposal was shared by Emirates and Instagram users were quick to congratulate the couple.

Bride-to-be Vittoria commented: "Thanks for sharing the most wonderful day of my life."

One user said: "Love is in the air," while another added: "This is an amazing way to propose!"

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/Emirates

Bethany Gleave

Bethany Gleave is a Freelance Journalist at PRETTY52 and joined the team in 2018. She is a Multimedia Journalism graduate from the University of Salford, and started her career at a national press agency, writing breaking and trending news for the national newspapers.

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