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Las Vegas Company Offers An Express Lane To The Mile High Club

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A new business that's taking off by helping couples get it on.

For $800 dollars you get 40 minutes to join the mile high club in a private love-cloud plane over Las Vegas.

Mark and Michelle Heneghen booked a flight to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary.

Michelle says, "I love this man dearly and this is just going to be another notch in our bucket list."

The flights take off from a private hanger.

There's a bed and mood lighting.

Customers can bring flowers or chocolates or whatever they'd like.

For those concerned about privacy, the owner guarantees there are no cameras on the plane. This curtain stays closed as long as you want and, when the plane is in-air it's so loud it drowns out any noise.

The owner, and Johnson, says he doesn't consider his business dirty. Instead it can help relationships.

"Maybe generate a little love. A little spark in the romance of the relationship of their live, then I feel good about myself," says Johnson.

Women book 90% of the flights.

Michelle explains, "We're more adventurous. The men are going to be nervous or embarrassed."

Passengers must be buckled-in during takeoff and landing.

When the ride is finished, the plane is professionally cleaned.

Making it ready for the next couples experience, where the sky's the limit.

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