95 per cent travellers want to be in the mile-high club
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95 per cent of travellers want to be in the prestigious Mile High Club club, and a surprising 6 percent of men said that it would be their ideal Valentine's Day gift, a survey has revealed.
20 percent of travelers claim to have already earned their Mile High status, the Huffington Post reported.
According to travel website Skyscanner, a survey of more than 700 cabin crew members revealed that British flyers are the friskiest, according to a travel website.
Also leading the pack in Mile High Club memberships are Australians, Germans, French and Brazilians.
Perhaps these Mile High hopefuls should book a trip on Flamino Air, the airline that specializes in mid-air romps.
It's probably the safer choice given that trying to join the club on a commercial carrier can lead to arrest.
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