bobcat
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What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 3:04 pm

What's the airline policy for "mile-high clubs" ???

Can they have you arrested or something?
If so, what law covers this issue?

Not saying that we're trying anything...
Just curious...

 
Joni
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 4:38 pm


They can't arrest you, or have you arrested, unless you break some law and mating in the toilet just isn't nasty enough.

Doing it in the cabin might violate some kind of "public indecency" laws some countries have, but instead of involving the police I think the FA's would just tell you to settle down.
 
ryu2
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 5:06 pm

I have seen it done several times on UA transpac flights in darkened cabins, under blankets. FAs are indifferent.
 
TAA_Airbus
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 6:50 pm

In most countries public sex is a crime, so of course they have the right to repremand you!!!
 
UTA_flyinghigh
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 8:14 pm

On AF flights they do not seem to care as long as it is not in full view of other pax  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

Tip : AF flies 744's into YUL and JFK, since it is a relatively short sector for a 744 the crew rest bunk is not used (1 crew only instead of 2). You can have access to it via a small door near the aft lavatories on the right side of the aircraft. Up there, you have access to 6 normal-sized beds...what you do with this info is up to you  Love
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 9:05 pm

UTA_flyinghigh,

I must have a word with my girlfriend about that Big grin
 
RAAFController
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 9:26 pm

UTA-flyinghigh, my girlfiend and i would like to book tickets on that flight!  Smile/happy/getting dizzy I don't know where YUL is, but looks like we are going there on hioliday!

Whats the flight number? he he he
 
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For

Tue Oct 09, 2001 9:30 pm

yeah, I just learned about these hidden quarters the other day. I asked to see them but the FA said No. I just could not fathom the size of the area up there. I mean, I know the 747 is huge, but I couldn't imagine the room size.

As for mile high clubs, I heard that some guy here actually said that he got campagne from the crew after him and his wife were found out. I thought it was a stretch but he said he'd post he note the crew gave him. I'm still waiting to see it  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
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rm-11
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 9:35 pm

I don't know if it is true, but my cousin said he joined the club in a 747 combi in the cargo area with a F/A.
 
Teej13
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs

Tue Oct 09, 2001 9:44 pm

Got away with it on an Air France A340... we took a "trip" to the bathroom when the lights went out. Never got caught, so I'm not so sure what their policy is!  Big thumbs up
 
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For

Tue Oct 09, 2001 11:01 pm

It'll be very interesting to see what is the new mile-high club policy at VS once they get their new A340-600's with the double-seat private areas in Upper Class starting in the late summer of 2002. These new seats are supposed to be able to convert into a double-bed from what I've heard.
 
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Tue Oct 09, 2001 11:16 pm

YUL is Montreal Dorval, my former home  Smile/happy/getting dizzy
AF operates two flights a day with 744's, AF344 and AF346. Big HI to all Dorval spotters at Pitfield Rd/Cote de Liesse  Smile

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notdownnlocked
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For

Tue Oct 09, 2001 11:48 pm

Where there's room for one there's room for two!!! You can and absolutely should check out milehighclub.com
 
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Wed Oct 10, 2001 3:24 am

Had a great time on my last flight to Italy with Alitalia. Then again, a certain flight attendant helped out with the festivities  Smile/happy/getting dizzy

Some see lines, others see between the lines.
 
goingboeing
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Wed Oct 10, 2001 3:27 am

rule # 1 - don't get caught

rule # 2 - don't wake your neighbor

rule # 3 - have fun
 
airnewzealand
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Wed Oct 10, 2001 6:22 pm

AirNZ and QF donot seem to care. The flight attendants usually congratulate you with a free bottle of champagne, a whole bottle aswell!! And yes, they usually do give you a note saying "Welcome to the Mile-high-club" And it is signed by all the crew.

Cheers
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For

Wed Oct 10, 2001 6:43 pm

I know this will never happen, but for the adventurous on the short hops like mentioned above, AF (and the other carriers could sell access to the crew bunks on the shorter hops (maybe make a new package that includes seats in the cabin, and a fixed time in the bunks!!) Would probably get them alot of money!!hehe

 Acting devilish
 
jet_guy
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Wed Oct 10, 2001 6:50 pm

how do you know AirNewZealand?? lol

very interesting though. . .

Sam
 
airnewzealand
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RE: What's The Airline Policy For "mile-high Clubs"?

Wed Oct 10, 2001 7:19 pm

Well when your sister was an flight attendant you get all the gossip i suppose you can call it about her flights!! LOL....
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