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Turkish Airlines hosts a wedding in the sky

When a beautiful Serbian actress, Vjera Mujović and Stefan Preis, an esteemed doctor from Germany boarded the same flight in May 2014, little did they know that just a year later they’d be returning to the same spot for their wedding.

Having been seated next to each other on the Turkish Airlines TK 342 flight from Istanbul to Ulan Bator in Mongolia, the couple began chatting. They discovered shared values, thoughts and opinions, despite not only their different backgrounds but also their separate reasons for taking this trip. Before long, they were struck by Cupid’s arrow, and a year later, on 6th May 2015, they became husband and wife aboard the Turkish Airlines Belgrade-Istanbul flight on the same seats 5B and 5C, to be exact.

LoveIsOnTheAirDavetiye copy

LoveIsOnTheAirDavetiye copy

Surrounded by their friends and family, the couple tied the knot in a beautiful ceremony overseen by Turkish Airlines, who supplied food, candlelight, rose petals, and a delicious wedding cake. The couple had their wedding rings engraved with numbers 05B and 05C, symbols of the fateful beginning of their love story.

The happily married couple after their flight. Turkish Airlines Image.
The happily married couple after their flight. Turkish Airlines Image.

About Vedant Agarwal

A frequent flyer for both work and pleasure - Vedant has held elite status on many of the major alliances and airlines. Also an avid aviation photographer, his pictures have been published in and on the covers of many international publications.

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