Ballpark Estimate: $300 to $1,000
Just a decade ago, walking into a bathroom on a commercial airline with another person to join the “Mile High Club” only took a little bit of discretion and a flight attendant’s blind eye.
However, in the post-9/11 world, two people entering an airplane bathroom together raise suspicions of bad intentions and is not advised.
Luckily for those interested in joining this elite club, it’s no longer necessary to sneak into a cramped lavatory to have intimate relations on a plastic sink and, no, you don’t have to own your own private jet to join. In fact, it’s possible to charter a one hour private flight, complete with a queen size bed and champagne for less than $1,000!
For those that want to join the club for the least amount of money, and are young and possibly athletically inclined, there are “Mile High” flights on single prop 4-seater planes (like a Cessna 172) where the pilot will pull a curtain and let you and your loved one join the club with a 40-60 minute flight for $300 or less!
For those that want a more discrete experience with a lot more comfort, there are many different companies and planes to choose from, ranging from small personal jets to 20-seater twin-turboprops that have been converted into flying queen size beds with a solid divider between cabin and crew! These planes can reach one mile high in less than 5 minutes flight time. These flights range in price from $800 to $1,000.
For those that find the thought of joining the club with only a curtain separating you from your pilot on a noisy single prop plane or find the thought of a queen bed in a twin-prop to be too reminiscent of a vibrating heart shaped bed in Vegas, there is a final option- the new Airbus 380 provides the first double bed cabins in commercial air flight. There are 12 first class cabins with private double beds on trans-Pacific flights. Though the companies flying these double beds in the sky have asked customers to please refrain from having relations whilst in flight, one suspects that those who pay $10,000 for a first class seat will do as they please!