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US Airways Tweets NSFW Photo: What Actually Happened

April 14, 2014 at 5:57 PM | by | Comments (0)

Which of these words doesn't belong? TWITTER BOEING 777 US AIRWAYS PORN MH370

Actually, if you'd been on Twitter earlier today and spotted a very NSFW mis-tweet reply from US Airways' @usairways account, then you'd know that, unfortunately, all of the above terms are now entwined in one of the most egregious social media slip-ups of all time.

Here's what happened:

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Denmark Travel Campaign: Have Lots Of Sex, Get Pregnant, Win Free Stuff

Where: Denmark
March 28, 2014 at 11:01 AM | by | Comments (0)

Denmark is objectively an awesome place to live. The United Nations has officially declared that it's literally the happiest country on Earth. It has a strong economy, a robust social safety net, and people who are on the whole gorgeous (don't forget that last part, because it's about to become important).

There's only one problem, apparently. Not enough of those gorgeous people are making new gorgeous people. We presume there's lots of sex going on - how could there not be - but it's not productive sex, in the traditional sense. The country is actually facing the possibility of a demographic collapse, in the sense that it's becoming a real national problem that serious people discuss.

The folks at Danish travel company Spies Rejser think they've got an idea for reversing the decline. The video, which opens with the question "can sex save Denmark?," describes a campaign that Spies is calling "Do It For Denmark!"

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Copy Kate Upton's 'Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue' Zero-G Flight for $4,950

February 18, 2014 at 5:08 PM | by | Comments (0)

It's that time of the year already, when the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue brushes all other magazines off the racks to grab attention with barely bikini-covered boobs, and of course Page Six is all over the hijinks that occurred during photo shoots.

Aside from the models jetting off to exotic destinations like the Matterhorn in Switzerland, the hidden sand dunes of Brazil, and remote beaches in the Cook Islands, cover star Kate Upton was launched into "space" onboard the Zero-G parabolic trainer aircraft to simulate a gravity-less environment. Upton rode the Boeing 727 through multiple maneuvers and changed into various gold swimwear designs, without loosing her stomach, to complete one of the more elaborate photo spreads in the magazine.

Typically Zero-G requires their guests to wear navy flight jumpsuits and pay $4,950 per person for the experience, but we're sure Kate didn't have to worry about these trivialities. To get onboard yourself, Zero-G has upcoming flights available in Miami, Houston, Austin, Chicago, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and Philadelphia.

[Video: Sports Illustrated]

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History of Failed Mile High Club Attempts Stretches Back Almost a Century

February 18, 2014 at 3:48 PM | by | Comments (0)

As we never tire of reminding you, especially as space tourism gets closer and closer to becoming a reality, the upward trajectory of civilian aviation has been nothing short of remarkable. It's only been about a century since human beings figured out how to create fixed wing heavier-than-air flying machines, and we're now on the verge of sending travelers on sub-orbital mini-vacations. As far as history is concerned, that's the blink of an eye.

Of course as soon as people figured out how to get airborne, they almost immediately invented autopilots so they could stay airborne in the laziest possible way. And as soon as they invented autopilots, they tried to use their free time to have sex in the air. Because despite the wide variety and ingenuity of the human race, people are kind of morons when it comes to sex.

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Say No to Jewelry and Yes to Private Pool Villas for Valentine's Day

February 11, 2014 at 5:49 PM | by | Comments (0)

Do yourself a favor this Valentine's Day and skip the expensive dinner, skip the diamond engagement ring. Instead, put airline tickets in the hands of your love, and give the gift of an experience. All this week, we'll be sharing a few of our own recommendations for some of the most romantic travel ideas in this world.

Idea #1: A night or two in a private pool villa, for skinny-dipping.

Now, skinny-dipping here and there doesn't make you a nudist, but it does impart some spontaneous edge and prove you're more than a little comfortable in your own skin. Sleep naked, and wake up before coffee by walking straight from bed into the deep end.

Unlike an overwater bungalow, the confines of a private pool ensure there'll be no sharks or jellyfish lurking below. Here's our three favorite hotels with villas whose pools are ultra-private:

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Which 5 World Cities are Best for Getting Busy?

February 7, 2014 at 2:51 PM | by | Comments (0)

Earlier this week, we ran down our picks of destinations within the US that prove most romantic, thus making them perfect Valentine's Day spots. Now we're busting out the passport to highlight some similarly amorous locations farther afield.

We're firm believers that crossing borders builds relationships. If your plans involve whisking your better half away on an airplane, here are our picks for making the most of international travel this Valentine's Day:

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Wait. The 'Mile Low Club' is a Real Thing?

Where: Caribbean
February 6, 2014 at 3:07 PM | by | Comments (0)

At first, we thought the whole "Mile Low Club" thing was just a bunch of journalists looking for a sexy lead for their story about a luxury submarine excursion in the Caribbean.

Now, fresh off a visit to the Lovers Deep website, we see that the sex under the sea concept is not that of any news media -- it's actually the service this company is selling. That's right, this submarine operator wants to set you up to make a little motion in the ocean.

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Finally! Airline Publishes First Flight Attendant Calendar of Hot MEN

Where: Thailand
February 5, 2014 at 12:39 PM | by | Comments (0)

Is that a wrench in your pocket or are you just happy to see this airplane?

That's a question for the 12 men chosen to star in the newest naughty calendar from Thai budget airline Nok Air.

Just as they recently partnered up with Playboy Thailand for a 2014 calendar of ladies, so too has the low-cost carrier done a deal with gay lifestyle magazine Attitude to produce a 2014 calendar of hot men.

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Which 5 U.S. Cities are Best for Getting Busy?

February 5, 2014 at 11:14 AM | by | Comments (0)

Next week is Valentine's Day and, if you haven't even begun to think about what gift to get your honey to show your affection, take it from us that plane tickets trump flowers or chocolates any day. With that, just any old city won't do to make the holiday a memorable getaway, so picking the perfect romantic destination is key.

From lovey-dovey beach weekends to a high-style cities, the United States offers up some perfect locations to be shot by Cupid's arrow. Put your passport away for once, as we've compiled the most romantic locations around the country to spend this V-Day with your loved one.

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Airline Pulls Playboy Bunnies for Flirty 2014 Flight Attendant Calendar

January 7, 2014 at 5:07 PM | by | Comments (0)

Bought your naughty flight attendant calendar for 2014 yet? There are some solid options already, like Ryanair's bikinis and AirBaltic's beauties, but Nok Air's bunnies may take the cake.

Nok, a budget airline based in Bangkok, called up Playboy Thailand and collaborated with the men's publication to choose the "10 Hottest Bunnies" to star alongside Nok's colorful fleet of Boeing 737s (and ATR 72s) for a 2014 calendar. There's no word on the cost of the calendar, but it's safe to assume that passengers may buy them onboard Nok's flights.

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Road Tripping in Switzerland? Watch Out for the 'Sex Box'

August 28, 2013 at 3:43 PM | by | Comments (0)

While Americans debates whether their tax dollars should go to publically fund universal healthcare, the Swiss voted to saddle up and spend $2.6 million on a drive-in prostitution facility.

Legal in the country since 1942, the so-called “sex boxes” are the response to an on-going problem with the sex industry in certain neighborhoods throughout the city of Zurich. The facility is located away from the city center and serves as a bit of a safe haven for prostitutes and their clients.

The details are pretty incredible. The sex boxes, open “daily” from 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., are adjoined to a facility that is staffed by city social workers to look after the women. According to the AP, the sex workers must register with the city and “obtain a special permit, at a cost of 40 Swiss francs ($43) a year, and pay 5 francs ($5.40) a night in taxes, which helps the city offset maintenance costs.”

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How to Join the Mile High Club Without Getting Arrested

Where: Various Locations
July 30, 2013 at 11:29 AM | by | Comments (0)

In terms of joining the Mile High Club, some might say that hiding is half the fun. But for those of you who can’t perform under the pressure of looming prosecution, the airline industry has options for you in what amounts to a hilarious display of supply and demand. Yes, that’s right—several "airlines" have emerged across the globe to help passengers cross an in-air romp off their bucket lists.

We told you about Exotic Airlines out of Australia a few years ago, however it seems the company has since dropped out of the game as its website is no longer operational. So what are the options today?

Believe it or not, an answer comes from the Midwest. Cincinnati’s Flamingo Air was “conceived” in the early nineties, and has been offering “romantic airplane rides” ever since. For $425, you and your partner can get an hour-long ride in a small, “curtained” aircraft with champagne and chocolates. Apparently the concept has gone over rather well, as the company said they sometimes do up to eight flights a day.

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