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Virgin America Debuts Best Airline Safety Video EVER Featuring Singers, Nuns, & Contortionists!

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Please turn on your in flight entertainment system because there's about to be a COOL ALERT!

We repeat…

COOL ALERT at 50,000 ft.!

Virgin America is taking their trendy approach to airplane travel one step further—by debuting a super amaze production spectacular that teaches passengers about air safety!

Ch-ch-check out the phenomenal video (above) featuring Broadway talent, rapping kids, and dapper men explaining flotation devices!

Fasten your seat belts, because you're in for a super talented (and safe) treat!

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6 comments to “Virgin America Debuts Best Airline Safety Video EVER Featuring Singers, Nuns, & Contortionists!”

  1. Laura says – reply to this


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    Toddrick Hall !!!

  2. lola says – reply to this


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    not as good as Air New Zealand's, featuring Richard Simmons ;)

  3. whocares says – reply to this


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    first time you watch, passengers may pay some attention ~ after that it will be primarily ignored by most is my guess.

    and i think it is disturbing to call paying passengers "guests" on board a flight. i for one when on a plane would prefer they put budget into plane maintenance, quality flight crew and not into a cheesy instructional video



  4. 4

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  5. kirai1 says – reply to this


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    Nothing new. Philippine Airlines started actually this a couple of years ago with their domestic flights. They have their flight attendants dance to show air safety. Watch it on youtube.



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    Flew them this past May from LAX to Cancun, they were great and had a good schedule and you could order drinks or food or snacks from the onboard screen in front of your seatback. The attendants were great about making sure I had a wheelchair assist (have bad mobility problems).
    The year before I flew United (UA, VA and Delta are the only airlines flying nonstop to Cancun). They were very professional and got the job done but were also a bit impersonal although one nice stew got me a bandage since I had cut my hand earlier that day and it started bleeding again inflight.