Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney are heading back to New Zealand.
Minus camera crews, a diamond ring and Melissa Rycroft this time.
Air New Zealand has invited the controversial but happy couple from ABC's The Bachelor on the world's first "Matchmaking Flight." Yes, we're serious.
The promotional gimmick will take place October 13 journey, when passengers can board an Air New Zealand flight from Los Angeles to Auckland and chat with Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney (while mingling with other singles of course).
Those who book online by July 15, can make this flight starting at $580. To book online and access the hot discount, travelers are invited to upload an online dating profile and then enter a promotion code when booking the Matchmaking Flight.
Passengers on this very special matchmaking flight will get to attend a send-off party at the gate in Los Angeles. The flight will be filled with matchmaking advice from Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney, an open bar, and speed dating.
Once in Auckland, travelers may choose to attend a matchmaking ball at SKYCITY Convention Center, which will also be attended by single New Zealanders.
“Molly and I fell in love with New Zealand on The Bachelor," Jason Mesnick said in a statement. "It’s truly the most romantic place on Earth."
"We can’t wait to return to the scenery and hospitality and hope all the Matchmaking Flight singles have as much success as we did in finding one another.”
Jason actually "found" Melissa Rycroft there, only to break things off with her and start dating Molly back in the U.S., but we'll let them run with that.
Semantics aside, Molly and Jason are going strong and seem very much in love. Is an engagement in the works? "Definitely, someday," Jason says.