Love will be in the air - literally - after an entrepreneur from Worcester announced plans for couples to pay to join the mile-high club in his six-seater plane.
Lovers will pay a fee for a flight in the small plane, lasting up to an hour and a half, while a pilot flies them high above the English countryside.
The term "mile-high club" refers to couples who manage to have sex on a plane while more than 5,280ft (one mile) above the ground.
Couples caught joining the mile-high club on commercial flights face large fines. But rather than a furtive fumble in a cramped jumbo jet toilet, amorous couples will now be free to liaise at leisure during a private flight.
Mike Crisp, a 32-year-old software engineer from Worcester who plays for Cheltenham rugby club and pilot Tom Hanks, 26, hope their scheme - Mile High Flights - will take to the air in the next few months.
The flights will be operated from Staverton Airport, Gloucestershire, in a rented six-seater Piper Lancer plane.
Couples can take advantage of three tiers of pricing - #250 for a 30-minute short session, #450 for an hour-long session and #750 for a 90-minute flight.
But weight restrictions will apply, with larger lovers weighing more than 16 stone being subject to a surcharge.
The scheme, thought to be the first of it kind in the UK, is the brainchild of Mr Crisp.