Haven't gotten to read "Fifty Shades Of Grey Yet"? (Or, maybe you just want to dive in again?) Well, on Virgin Atlantic flights, there's an audiobook for that.

Yes, the same racy novel that spurred sales of kinky sex accessories, caused an increase in the sales of rope, and was banned by libraries in three states will soon be available at 35,000 feet.

“Fifty Shades of Grey has quickly gained notoriety as a ‘naughty novel,’ leaving some women embarrassed to read their copy in public," Virgin Atlantic spokeswoman Sarah McIntyre said in a press release. "We want to give our female passengers the chance to enjoy the book in an intimate way, without prying eyes."

Virgin Atlantic isn't the first airline to entertain the idea of saucy in-flight entertainment. Last year, Ryanair proposed an in-flight app that would allow passengers to screen porn mid-flight. There's also an airline that specializes in helping passengers join the Mile-High Club.

Some passengers don't need apps or fancy planes to get a little freaky up in the air. In November of last year a man was accused of watching child porn on a laptop while in-flight. In December 2011, a couple were arrested after trying to get it on in a Jetstar bathroom.

Not that most of this is surprising. According to a survey, 95 percent of travelers want to be part of the Mile-High Club.