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Mile high club guidance

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  1. pdinsure

    This is not meant to be crude rude or socially unacceptable. I’m hoping for no crass comments. I’m going to be flying with my wife on Emirates a380 1st class and Singapore airlines (hopefully suites class). What are the guidelines or socially acceptable ways to have some extra fun on the plane? We’ve never done anything like this on a plane, but I’m considering it. I’ve noted the shower on the Emirates has max occupancy 2 people, but that would seem to be a slippery slope if you get some turbulence. I was also wondering about any monitoring of activities in bathrooms (spycams) and also about Emirates tolerance (or intolerance) of such behavior. I know I’m overthinking this, but looking for constructive advice suggestions or practical knowledge. ???

  2. Hugh B

    There’s a good article on it from View from the Wing [URL]http://viewfromthewing.boardingarea.com/2014/02/08/mile-high-club-98-years-old-come-long-way/[/URL]

  3. Anonymous

    Emirates is purser-dependent — they have a lot of discretion onboard, so it really depends on that individual and their tone.

    Ben has a post on this too:
    [URL]http://onemileatatime.boardingarea.com/2015/01/12/tips-joining-mile-high-club/[/URL]

  4. Gaurav

    Maybe have one person put their arm in a sling so the other person can go with them to assist :).

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