I absolutely would as long as I knew the climate to pack for and a guarantee that the plane isn't landing in a place like Oklahoma City or Kansas. If it was guaranteed to be an interesting location I'm in.
I'm not sure how it could be kept secret though since flight plans need to be filed. It might be a secret 3 months before the trip but I'm sure there are ways to find out at least the week of if not before on a major airline.
I love to travel and would definitely take my chances. I always say, if I am getting on a plane it's going to be fun. Going to an undisclosed location and just have to pack and step on the plane would be an exciting way to vacation.
Now, I am a crazy planner and usually map out every little thing, but my wife likes to just wing it. I think she would be more hesitant surprisingly.
Yes, and I actually do something similar fairly often. My wife and I like to surprise each other with travel. she'll just tell me what to pack, and I'm not allowed to know where we're going til we are seated on the plane (It's kind of hard to not know at that point)
No thanks. I don't travel enough to spend money on such a gamble. If I'm paying for a flight, I want to pick where I'm going and have at least something of an idea what I would like to do while I'm at the destination.
As long as it left on a Thursday night after 8 and I could catch the red-eye back to be at work on Monday, I would be down. I've been known to be working near CLT and hop on a plane to Vegas without bags or a set of clothes. Done it twice, actually.