For those of us who travel frequently using commercial airliners, you will always see the mandatory in flight safety procedure done by the flight crew in almost a zombie-like fashion. If you have seen this countless times, most probably you will ignore it, even if listening to it can save your life.
And they have to flash a smile once in a while to pretend they are enjoying it, even if no one is even paying attention to them.
So you can’t blame airliners for coming up with novel ways to get the attention of passengers 😛 Check this one out by the now certified viral video of dancing flight attendants of Cebu Pacific:
Whether it was effective or not, that’s the opinion now of those who saw it first hand 😛 Some say it was a gimmik since this happened just a few months before they made their corporate stock public in the Philippine Stock Exchange
Apparently, they are not the only ones with trcks. Philippine Airlines has a very cute and almost Disney-like in flight safety video that can be appreciated by all ages 🙂 Although I really do think that the old man looked waaaaaay too happy to see that oxygen mask pop out at about 2:12 into the video 😛
Oh, and they are not limited to the Philippines, too. Apologies in advance if you find the next video revolting 😛
And just recently, Virgin America releases what might probably be the most popular in-flight safety video as of this writing:
Enjoy your next flight 🙂 And hope you get a greater appreciation of the men and women of the airline industry who work so hard just to grab your attention 😛
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