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Every Airline Should Do A Safety Demo Dance

Every Airline Should Do A Safety Demo Dance


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Watch Cebu Pacific flight attendants go through the safety features for Christmas

Most seasoned travellers tune out during airline safety demonstrations; we know how the seat belt works, that we should never inflate the life vest inside the aircraft, etc. Well, if every airline did a snazzy dance like Cebu Pacific to go through all the safety features of an aircraft, even the most weary travellers may perk up a bit.

Watch below as the flight attendants dance along to "All I Want for Christmas Is You," all while demonstrating how to inflate a life vest. This isn't the first time we've seen stewardesses showing off their dancing chops, but this routine is perhaps the most informative. Cebu Pacific will be performing the routine on select domestic and international flights until December 31. Now all airlines have to do is improve the food.

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