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The couple was married on a cross-country Southwest Airlines flight

A couple tied the knot on a Southwest flight to Baltimore Sunday night.

(Skylee Campbell)

A Baltimore-bound Southwest Airlines flight was feeling the love Sunday night when a jet-setting couple took their relationship to the next level-thousands of feet above the ground.

In a video posted on social media by the passenger Skylee Campbell, the groom, Michael, stands on one side of the plane as Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect’ play and bride Renee makes her way down the aisle holding a yellow rose.

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The pair reportedly on board the plane in Las Vegas dressed in their wedding attire – her white dress and veil and him in a tuxedo and remained in their seats until 45 minutes were left in the five-hour trip. At that point, they each stood and walked to the other side of the plane.

In a video shot by a fellow-passenger, the couple is seen standing on both sides of the aisle as the music begins to play.

(Skylee Campbell)

Campbell, who shot the video, told Yahoo Lifestyle, the flight attendants helped set the scene for the couple.

“It was cute. They had us back on our call lights to light the aisle, and play music,” Campbell said.

After the marriage of the couple dancing down the aisle with the flight crew.

(Skylee Campbell)

The pilot was in charge of the marriage of the cabin.

“They met four years ago and this weekend decided to still at least four years. They met on a Match.com date — and yes, ladies and gentlemen, it really works,” the pilot made a joke about the intercom, before the couple repeat their vows.

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After the short ceremony, the bride and groom danced down the aisle with the flight attendants.

Campbell told Yahoo Lifestyle the couple was also presented with an impromptu wedding cake made of straws, toilet paper, and napkins with the marriage advice of other passengers.

Alexandra Deabler is a Lifestyle writer and editor for Fox News.

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