Markets in everything, aviation edition

Georgia corporate pilot Bob Smith  has a soaring sideline:
helping couples join the infamous "mile-high club."  For $299, he’ll
take a frisky twosome past 5,280 feet in a Piper Cherokee 6 fitted with
a mattress.  The hour-long [TC: only?] flights out of Carrollton, Ga., (details at milehighatlanta.com) have lured couples from as far as New York.

Here is the full story.  3/4 of the flights are booked by women, and not by male partners.  Not all couples want their names on the certificate, and yes you get to keep the sheets.

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Doesn't all the "up a bit, down a bit" tend to confuse the pilot?

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The Cherokee six, as the name implies holds six (or possibly seven) so it wouldn't be too bad.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piper_Cherokee_Six

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PS: Why not just use the lavatory on a regular flight? Buy tickets on Priceline; it will cost less; probably just as kinky.

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Keeping the sheets is a marketing gimmick which relates to the expectations of the next couple. We can be assured of fresh bedding.

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This is creepy and Chairman Mao is right. There's a camera hidden somewhere.

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Sad. The whole point is that you're not allowed to do it. Sack up people!

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