Cebu Pacific let's Just Dance Flight Attendant video takes 5 million views

Cebu Pacific Flight Attendant dancing to Lady Gaga's Just Dance

This bit from Social Times’ Megan O’Neil,

The description on the video says, “Something interesting happened on my Cebu Pacific flight this afternoon. The FAs suddenly burst into a dance!!! That was soooo cooool!!!!” Now, I’m not sure that this was actually a passenger that uploaded the video. It’s more likely that it was Cebu Pacific themselves uploading the video for a little big of publicity and it looks like their expectations were far exceeded. But regardless of who uploaded it, this video has been a huge success.

The VP of Marketing for Cebu Pacific, Candice Iyog, told Time that, “Cebu Pacific has always been known as a fun airline. We wanted to get the message across to our customers that flight safety doesn’t have to be boring.” Iyog said that the flight attendant dance was a one-time experiment, but rather being viewed by a handful of airline passengers it has been viewed by millions worldwide. I have to admit that I had never heard of Cebu Pacific Airlines before I saw this clip, but having seen it I would love to book a flight with them now! Philippines here I come!

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Very good marketing ploy.

Cocoy Dayao

Cocoy is the Chief Technology Officer of Lab Rats Technica, a Digital Consulting company that specialises in DevOps, iOS, and Web Apps, E-Commerce sites, Cybersecurity and Social Media consulting. He is a technology enthusiast, political junkie and social observer who enjoys a good cup of coffee, comic books, and tweets as @cocoy on twitter.

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  • Jose Dennis Flores

    This video is very good, at least it makes flights less monotonous however, does this not violate FAA rules on safety in flight? I hope Cebu Pacific Air has taken into consideration that the primary purpose of the inflight safety procedures is to make sure that in the event of an emergency passengers will be able to act accordingly and not to serve as entertainment.