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`Mile High Club' Membership On The Rise

Despite how secure air travel is these days, ballsy folks are still finding ways to join the Mile High Club and keep membership on the rise.

Despite how secure air travel is these days, ballsy folks are still finding ways to join the Mile High Club and keep membership on the rise.

Friday, April 30, 2010 17:27 GMT

SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – Although airplane regulations change constantly, one thing remains the same: The Mile High Club.

It seems the exclusive club – where members get in by having sex on an airplane at least 5,280 feet above ground – is still going strong despite how uptight air travel is.

Phil Kessler, of milehighclub.com, says MHC membership is at its peak, with “millions worldwide” participating in sex while soaring.

He hears stories every day about airplane romps, which proves travelers are as bold as ever – extra security or not.

Kessler says red-eye flights are the best bet for joining the Mile High Club because they’re less crowded and most passengers are sleeping.

Sex in an airplane bathroom is the most private way to do it, but Kessler notes that lovers must be “extremely limber.”

For sex in your seat, Kessler suggests using the airline blankets and pillows to cover up.

He says membership typically rises when travelers have one too many of those little airplane liquor bottles.

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