Aviation

Las Vegas air tour company, Love Cloud, is taking lovers to The Mile High Club!

Amy Shapiro

Amy Shapiro

The infamous Mile High Club. The ultimate risk versus reward conundrum that has long plagued the minds of daring (and shall we say “excited”) passengers.

Well, cancel your Valentines Day plans, because Las Vegas-based air tour company, Love Cloud has come to fill the void! 

They’ve introduced a tantalising selection of beddable flights that encourages people to join the notorious club with a “romantic suite in the sky” according to their website.

In case it needs to be spelled out, joining “the Mile High Club” or MHC refers to having sex with a person while aboard a flying aircraft. 

To get technical, according to Love Cloud’s website, “the altitude for this is more than or equal to 5,280 feet or as some say ‘a mile high in the sky’”.

Now passengers can indulge their mile-high desires aboard Love Cloud’s two Cessna 414 planes, without the fear of getting caught.

According to Love Cloud’s website, their aircrafts are fitted with customised romantic interiors, which “include a wireless sound and light system, red satin sheets, sex position pillows and cushions, and a custom made foam mattress to make your flight extremely comfortable.

“You and the pilot are separated by a secured curtain door.  The pilot is also equipped with a noise canceling headset so that you and your partner have complete privacy throughout the flight.” 

Love Cloud is the passion project of 40-year-old pilot Andy Johnson, who told The New York Times: “You come with a smile on your face, and you leave with a bigger smile on your face.”

And of course, it wouldn’t be Vegas without a wedding.

The New York Times reports: “You could pay USD$1,195 to get married on board. For US$100 more, it can be booked for a romantic one-course meal; for US$1,595, you’ll get three courses. 

“With any package, an extra US$300 will get you a bottle of bubbly and ride to the tarmac in a limousine.”  

The New York Times clarifies: “Love Cloud mostly books couples, but has accommodated groups of three or four, with an additional fee of US$200 per person.”

According to Traveller.com.au Love Cloud is planning to expand its offering to Las Angeles.

And yes, the plane and its bedding are cleaned between flights.


Feature Image: Facebook/@lovecloudvegas



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