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chornedsnorkack
22nd Sep 2005, 13:46
What exactly are the qualifications to be a member of the Mile High Club?

To start with, having had sex on an airplane in flight (is it actually required that the plane should be more than 5280 feet from ground at the time?).

It is generally permitted in the back of a private airplane, provided someone is controlling the plane and the owner does not object. I believe there are charter operations who specialize in allowing that.

But then some definitions add conditionsof membership.

One definition I have encountered is that only those qualify who control the aircraft while having sex. This is probably not quite safe nor allowed... Does having the aircraft on autopilot disqualify from the Mile High Club membership?

Another definition is that the sex must have taken place on scheduled commercial flight.

Well, married couples have always been allowed to have sex in hotel rooms. Ships often have cabins and a couple occupying one is allowed to have sex. Trains have long had compartments and again couples can occupy one and have sex there.

But aircraft on scheduled commercial flights are different... No private rooms except toilets, which may not be used for sex - people have been prosecuted and convicted for doing so.

Any exceptions to that?

Boeing 314 Clippers are said to have had, besides the complement of 40 berths for passengers, a "bridal suite". So, anyone who occupied THAT is presumably a member of MHC... But the Bridal Suite could be refitted as salon or something when not in use... so there would not be very many flights where the Bridal Suite was used as such. With 12 frames and few Clippers in use, it would be a rather short list of couples in MHC...

Virgin makes some talk of encouraging MHC. But it sounds like they do not have any suites private from bypassers in the aisle, and they have stopped short of making joining MHC directly legal.

They also are promising bridal suites when they get Airbus 380. Any details of the plan? Like, when - 2008? 2009?

Rushton
22nd Sep 2005, 13:55
And do the applicants have to be same or opposite sex:E

frostbite
22nd Sep 2005, 14:39
Not the ideal situation to discover you don't have a condom - which she insists on!

Evening Star
22nd Sep 2005, 20:21
Not the ideal situation to discover you don't have a condom - which she insists on!


Imagine that the airlines will ensure that the on-board supplies will have that well covered ... so to speak. :hmm:

chornedsnorkack
23rd Sep 2005, 07:02
Not the ideal situation to discover you don't have a condom - which she insists on!

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Imagine that the airlines will ensure that the on-board supplies will have that well covered

As for Clippers, did they do that?

Supplying contraceptives, even to married couples, has been illegal in the US. Not sure whether it was the case 1939-1941, but anyway the airline does not have to do everything legal.

Are there any persons who, legally or otherwise, are definitely known to have been begotten in MHC?