Where To Legally Join The Mile High Club
It has never been more difficult to join the Mile High Club than it is today. Even if two of you successfully make it into the bathroom, that darn space has gotten so small that you can barely go about your usual business; forget sexy affairs.
In response to these hassles, at least two aviation groups have sprung up, solely specializing in flights for Mile High Club membership:
· Erotic Airways
A legit (enough) operation out of Queensland, Australia, they'll fly lovers up in twin-engine Beech H-18S from Redcliffe Airport, Nathan Road, Redcliffe Peninsular. Flights for a couple start at $570 for a 40-minute flight, and include champagne, chocolates, a safe sex kit, and a certificate of Mile High membership.
Tack on another $63 per extra passenger, until the onboard double bed is packed full, should you desire. The semi-NSFW website is worth a glance, if only to be highly entertained at their copious use of the words "sexperience" and "sexpedition."
· Mile High Club at Burning Man
When the desert frolickers at the Burning Man festival aren't creating and then destroying giant sculptures, they're making time for novelty sex. This is not as concrete an operation as Erotic Airways, but with Burning Man coming up at the end of this month, we figured some of you might want to keep an eye out.
Here's what the airplane, airport, and terminal look like, and it's piloted by the "pilot" in this picture. Judging from that last picture, heading up in the skies to over Black Rock City will yield you a certificate of Mile High Club membership as well.
We've got no leads on pricing or timing of this one, but if you happen by "Fractal Pilot" while in the desert later this month, do let us know ... for research reasons. Right. Research reasons.
· Erotic Airways [Official Site]
· Sex Travel Coverage [Jaunted]
[Photo: Erotic Airways]