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Discussion in 'Flight Following' started by wayne, Jan 11, 2017.
A new study reveals just how many crew members join the Mile High Club
Must not be talking about US crews as far as relations between pilot and FA. Pilots are restricted to the cockpit during flight except for physiological needs. Now once at the hotel on the layover....
I guess I need to fly BA more. Of course, given the appearance of most of the United flight attendants I've had in the last decade, I'm glad to forgo the sexual relations.
You do have a point there!
Pretty much how it was when I flew at an airline.
Can't hire based on the standards that we used to - unfortunately.
So for clarification purposes, is the mile high club in AGL or MSL? Just curious if I am in or not
Also, is everyone non-virgin in Denver in the club? If so, it kind of takes away from the exclusivity
Details details details! It don't matter, AGL vs MSL. Or even a mile high! Just if you do it, you're in.
Denver, nah, they have to get airborne and do the deed.
So if they jump up and down?
Hmm never thought of that. Wonder if that's what Mully means he did.
According to the study, 14% of British FA's have had relations with passengers. With a cabin crew of 27 on an A380, that means at least three are giving it up, and one is thinking about it.
I'm guessing your best odds are in first class.
This seems fishy to me where the hell do they have sexual relations? In the tiny ass bathrooms?
Or less PC places.
The only place I could see this happening is the handicapped bathroom in the 777.
It's not the law that bans the practice (other than age and sex, weight is not a protected classification), but rather the FA union issues with most US carriers.
First class usually has bathrooms that are nearly the size of a typical restaurant one-seater. I fly business when I go overseas but I've snuck in to the first class lavs a few times.
Never got that kind of service though.
Wow I didn't know that...will have to check those out.
Posting that picture is like placing a shot of Jack in front of an alcoholic.
Exactly correct Sac.
Most of the long haul airliners have sleeping quarters for the crew during their downtime. Seems like a good place to start...
I've got pictures of Margy in several crew bunks. I don't have the one of her in the Qantas Longreach 747 handy, but here is her picture in the dreamliner:
Margy in the forward crew bunk by ronsensor, on Flickr
Does soloing count?
Yup. Mully said it was...
Don't US airlines have a policy of an FA in the cockpit whenever one of the pilots leaves to use the head?
Take your time using the head, buddy! I got this under control.
You said head, heh, heh, heh heh, heh heh
Yup. Point taken.
now I'll be banned for life, but it's worth it!!
But you have it wrong. It's the one left in the cockpit who gets, uh, what you mentioned.
I heard several stories from my wife (FA United) of issues relating to gay FA's in flight...and recently a young women reportedly masturbating in first class on a London flight reported to them by a Federal Air Marshall sitting next to her...She and the Purser confirmed the problem and told him if it was a security issue to take care of it...to hear her tell the story's after a drink two can be entertaining...they seemed to have a good time messing with the FAM.
Hey. They don't specify those needS.
Hmm...never thought of it that way Bobcat.
I am curious about this as well since my house is at approximately 6600 MSL.
It's what you want it to be.
Thank god for auto pilot
Don't forget the martini!
You uhhhh just got to talk uhhh to the FAs like like a pilot.
You guys are both inefficient and wrong, they BOTH get it. Duh.
All I need is 5,278 ft.
That's what she said
Sorry, but Old Fashioned is the only way to fly.