Ash nodded, moving to lightly press his lips to Aiden's jaw, near his neck. "I'm really okay with it," he promised quietly. "As long as it's with you, I'm okay with it." His hands moved down to Aiden's hips, and he wished they weren't in public right now.
Aiden's eyes fluttered close when Ash's lips started to roam. He managed to keep his purr to a minimum but it was quickly escalating. "When does the plane l-land?" he stammered slightly not wanting to be in public just then either.
"I honestly have no clue," Ash admitted, letting his lips trail down Aiden's neck to his collarbone. "Soon, I hope. I don't know how long we were asleep..." Ash sighed and pulled back slightly. "I hate having to wait so long..."
A giggle escape from Aiden's mouth at how impatient Ash seemed. "I don't think it will be long now." he whispered and curled up more in Ash's lap. He decided to get comfortable and just try to relax while they flew. There was no reason to get all worked up; plus Aiden had Ash now who would protect him and not let anything bad happen.
Ash still pouted a little; couldn't the plane land any faster? "I wish I could just kiss you all day..." he muttered with a sigh, holding Aiden close and kissing his cheek. "You're just so kissable, y'know? I could just kiss you all over..."
Aiden shivered when he heard Ash's words. "A-All over?" he whispered swallowing hard with nervousness. He looked up into Ash's eyes which was very brave for him in a moment like this; longing was written all over Aiden's face and in his eyes.
Ash smirked widely, nodding. "All over," he confirmed in a low voice, whispering it near Aiden's ear. Pulling back, he grinned mischievously. "But... I guess we'll have to wait till later. Which sucks - you're so cute right now." Hopefully they could manage without trying anything indecent right here on the plane.
The whisper to Aiden's ear made the small male shiver again and groan quietly. He felt that new feeling inside him that he couldn't remember ever feeling until he met Ash; lust. "I'm not." he mumbled and laid his head on Ash's chest so he couldn't see the blush on Aiden's cheeks. Aiden knew that he'd just woken up but he pretended to try and go back to sleep so Ash couldn't tease him anymore.
"Oh, but you are," Ash murmured. He held Aiden carefully, almost protectively, rubbing along his back gently. "I wouldn't lie about that." Ash glanced down at the small boy in his arms. Was he sleeping? Surely not... They had just woken up, after all. "I love you," he whispered softly.
"I love you too." Each and every time they exchanged these words a smile went to Aiden's face that was full of happiness and wonder. He didn't see how anyone could actually love him but he believed Ash because he trusted him. Aiden kept his face away from Ash and cuddled against him not sleeping but just relaxing. He hoped the plane would land soon because he was still a little nervouse.
"Good. I'm glad." Ash slowly and gently rocked Aiden in his arms, and soon an attendent announced that the plane would be landing soon. Ash breathed out a sigh of utter relief. "You have to go back to your seat now, okay?" he murmured softly, unwrapping his arms from around Aiden with another small kiss.
Aiden tensed up when Ash told him he'd need to get back in his own seat. He knew that he would need to to land but he didn't want to. With a slight nod he slowly got back into his seat, closing his eyes as he tried not to hypervenalate. Ash being close right beside him and the small kiss helped but Aiden was still scared, working hard on keeping his hair black.
"It's okay," Ash whispered softly. "We'll be fine." Soon the plane was landed, and they were allowed to stand. He got their bags and took Aiden's hand, leading him off the plane. "You okay?" he murmured softly.
When the plane landed Aiden tensed trying his hardest not to whimper like some scared kitten. His eyes were closed and when they landed he took a deep breath, glad it was over. "I'm f-fine." Aiden whispered following Ash off the plane with their carry-ons. He followed Ash over to the luggage area, keeping very close and right beside Ash the entire time.
"You don't look very fine..." Ash replied softly with a sigh, grabbing their luggage when he saw it before turning to Aiden and giving him a long, soft kiss, pulling away with a smile. "If you get scared or upset, you're allowed to tell me, y'know. Okay? I want you to be happy, sweetheart." He kissed him on the cheek this time, and they were on their way toward the exit.
Aiden felt butterflies all through his body when Ash kissed him. He enjoyed the feel of how they seemed to fit together perfectly. "O-Okay." he whispered when they pulled apart. He wasn't used to being able to just speak his mind or say how he was feeling so it was hard for him.
When they got out of the airport on the curb was a nice looking European car with a driver in front of it. He held up a sign that said 'Atera' which was Aiden's last name. "Is that the ride Julie s-set u-up?" AIden whispered to Ash, clinging onto his arm nervously.
"Um..." Ash honestly didn't know, and he kept a suspicious eye on the driver. He glanced down at Aiden, feeling a little sorry for him; the poor boy looked so nervous of everything, and being in a foreign country with so many people that neither of them knew probably wasn't helping. "I'm guessing yes," he said finally, keeping Aiden close as they approached the driver.
The driver saw the males approach him and he smiled. "Hello. You must be Aiden and Ash." he said in a thick Irish accent. Aiden hid behind Ash with his eyes closed, focusing on keeping his breathing even and not having an anxiety attack. "Yes Julie said you were a frightened one. Well best be off. Hop in." he said in a friendly tone opening on of the car's doors for them before taking their bags to put in the trunk.
"Thank you," Ash murmured as the man took their bags, nodding. He glanced down at Aiden, giving him a careful hug before getting in the car and pulling Aiden in with him and buckling him in. "You'll be fine," he whispered, gently kissing his hair with a soft sigh. "When we get to where we're staying, maybe there will be a bed, hm?" He tried to smirk for Aiden more than actually contentness; he was pretty nervous himself.