Join The Mile High Club For $7,500
As long as they’ve been taking flight, people have been trying to join the infamous Mile High Club. It’s made its way into literature, television, film and music, but the elite membership is more than fiction. According to a 2008 Time Magazine report, airline passengers have gotten creative with blankets, empty seats and airplane lavatories, among other methods, in order to find romance in the skies. But one anonymous flight attendant told Business Insider passengers should keep in mind the absolute filthiness of airline toilets before choosing the location for their rendezvous.
“Yes people try to join the mile high club,” she said. “Let me tell you something, those toilets are FILTHY. Absolute FILTH. People shit in the sinks.”
Yuck. And they’re tiny, so it’s not like you can really screw around in there and avoid the sink and the toilet. Again, yuck.
But, hey, don’t think you have to miss out on joining the ranks of the club that boasts members such as… does anybody really know? One UK charter company is determined to bridge a gap in the market, launching the nation’s first Luxury Mile High Club Experience and allowing residents to bone in the sky with style.
Customers may charter one of wish.co.uk’s eight-seater jets for £4,999–$7,500—and they will be taken in a private, executive car to the nearest airport where the jet will await them. Once on board, they will be met with champagne, chocolates, music and rose petals in their private cabins, as well as a private flight attendant. The trip lasts about an hour, so foreplay should be kept at a minimum if membership is to be achieved.
The UK firm is definitely not the first to originate the Mile High charter concept, however. An Atlanta company, Mile High Atlanta, offered a similar service for just $379, which included a bottle of champagne and a mattress in the back of the plane. The company advertised a certificate of accomplishment for new members, as well as allowing them to keep their sheets as souvenirs (thank goodness for that!), but its Web site is no longer a valid URL.
Still, the whole idea sounds a lot better than a quick screw straddled atop an airplane toilet. But where’s the excitement? Isn’t half the fun of joining the Mile High Club the thrill of avoiding exposure? Can it truly be as exciting without watching the green “occupied” marker on the bathroom door to ensure no one is able to get inside? Sure, comfort and luxury are nice, but that’s just as available at the Four Seasons.
“I think it depends,” said Rachel Kramer Bussel, editor of the new book, “The Mile High Club: Plane Sex Stories.” “Anyone who’s horny and creative enough can find a way to do it. The key to joining the mile-high club is having a sense of naughtiness and adventure, and if you have that you’ll find a way to do it.“
[Images via Wish.co.uk]
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