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Virgin America’s New In-Flight Safety Video Is Shockingly Fabulous

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Marisa Kabas

By Marisa Kabas on October 29, 2013

Airlines have come a long way from in-flight videos implying you’re a total idiot who’s never fastened a seatbelt. After a while they all came to the realization that there’s gotta be a better way.

They used different tactics to get passengers to pay attention to the damn safety video, with some turning to cartoons and others using totally adorable kids. But Virgin America has long reigned as the leader in in-flight flair and fabulousness, and never has that been more evident than in its new safety video. The #VXsafetydance includes a catchy tune, talented singers and dancers, and of course, all the necessary information …

Warning: this song will probably be stuck in your head.

There’s more! You can audition to be in a future safety video by visiting VXsafetydance.com and uploading an Instagram video using the #VXsafetydance hashtag. Buckle up and put on your dancing shoes.

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Also, peep this old Virgin America safety video, via @_Cooper:

Virgin America Safety Video from Special Agent Productions, LLC on Vimeo.

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