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Here’s an airline safety video you’ll actually want to watch
Now they just need to make TSA checkpoints entertaining.
Gone are the days when airline passengers ignored a monotone flight attendant’s attempts at demonstrating how to use a seatbelt.
Virgin America is taking in-flight safety training to a new level with this rather innovative instructional video, complete with dancers, singers, and a catchy tune that will likely be stuck in your head all day.
The video is part of a promotion encouraging viewers to display their own dance moves on Instagram with the hashtag #VXsafetydance. Winners get a chance to star in the next video, which we hope will be about passing through security. Because if Virgin can make that entertaining, the world will be in their debt.
Screengrab via VirginAmerica/YouTube