Mile high flings reach new heights!February 14th, 2011 - 5:33 pm ICT by ANI
Melbourne, Feb 14 (ANI): As more and more travellers take to flying, the concept of mid-air flirting is also becoming more commonplace.
A survey by Scotland-based travel website Skyscanner found that 45 per cent said they have flirted on board a flight and about a third said they had a “rendezvous” once the plane touched down, reports news.com.au.
Further, eight per cent of the flirtations developed into a relationship.
What’s more, 95 per cent of the 1000 travellers surveyed said they would like to join the “Mile High Club”.
Skyscanner’s Karin Noble, a former flight attendant, said that the results aren’t surprising as more people are taking to the skies. (ANI)
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