Watch This Flight Attendant Hilariously Recreate the Virgin America Safety Video
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Virgin America technically ceased to exist on April 25, 2018, but that doesn’t mean that AvGeeks all over the world aren’t still mourning its loss — and the former airline knows it.
So much so that a current Alaska Airlines flight attendant decided to break out into song and dance on a recent flight. While the airline is completely retrofitting the entire Virgin America fleet — and in turn, getting rid of some of the things that used to make Virgin America unique — there’s a video that’s been blowing up on Twitter, and it’s sure to put a smile on any former Virgin America fan’s face. According to Mashable, the famed Virgin safety video was retired on Sunday, and one flight attendant wanted to send it off with a bang.
After a little digging, we found out this is none other than Mikey Tongko-Burry, a former Virgin America flight attendant. It sounds like he echoes our sentiments and will miss Virgin America, too, but at least we have this hilarious video to watch again (and again, and again). Pretty iconic, don’t you think?
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