Something about getting it on in the sky gives some people a thrill. But let’s face it, it’s not that easy to achieve, especially when you’re on a flight packed with others.
Still, sex on a plane happens to be on a lot of people’s bucket list. It’s like some kind of elite club. It’s definitely for the risky and the brave, and less than most can say they’ve actually had sex on a plane.
Here are a few tips from some flight crew members for those who want to earn their bragging rights as a member of the “Mile High Club.”
Marika Mikusova, a former flight attendant for a luxury airline and author of “Diary of A Flight Attendant” suggests the toilet as the safest place to try and join the ‘mile high club’.
“The lavatories in economy class are by far the ‘safest’ place to join the mile-high club,” she explained. “Economy class is so vast that you can barely see the end of it. And it has several lavatories.”
One anonymous flight attendant said long-haul flights provide the best opportunity because they are relatively empty.
“A lot of them are overnight, so people have some time to drink, the cabin gets dark, and off you go.”
Another source says members-to-be should go for it at the right time.
“Do it when the cabin crew are seated and the seatbelt sign is on. Takeoff, landing, severe turbulence. Who knows, that could help. Crew service is also a good time. If the crew is up at the front of the cabin with the cart, no one is in the back, and that’s a perfect opportunity to use the lavatory.”
Another crewmember says it’s possible to get it on if you can book a first-class cabin enclosed suite. Not every airline has these type of cabins, but for those who are solid about crossing this off their list, then they should consider finding an airline that has enclosed suites that come with personal bathrooms and showers.
Lastly, remember this isn’t the time to rock your boo’s world. In other words it isn’t the time for hardcore action, moans and multiple positions. Keep it cool and not too much. You don’t want to bring attention to yourselves or get in trouble.
“I tell them you can’t do that here, it’s not acceptable. I don’t want to embarrass them and I don’t want to involve other passengers,” a source said.