Imagine how much fun it would be if airlines gave passengers the opportunity to fly to their destination dressed in costume. Just think of the in-flight mile-high antics that would unfold! Passengers dressed in every sort of flight-related disguise including sexy flight attendant uniforms, pilot costumes, hilarious vacation disguises and airborne superheroes would rule the friendly skies, if only for a few hours!
Earlier this week we learned about a YouTube video of David Holmes, the Southwest Airlines’ rapping flight attendant. Prior to this gig he was grounded to his post as a Southwest ramp agent. David landed his high flyin’ flight attendant position after graduating from flight attendant school seven months ago. It was during his flight attendant studies that he came up with the idea for his in-flight rapper’s delight.
“I wanted to see if I could translate our instructions into a rap,” Holmes said. “I didn’t know I was going to actually do it on a plane, but the first time I did it, they loved it.”
We definitely loved it as well and hopefully you will too! Take a look at David’s hip-hop safety announcement YouTube debut.