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Cebu Pacific Puts On A Christmas Show In The Skies - Southeast Asia - Philippines





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Uploaded on Dec 22, 2011

Philippines-based airline Cebu Pacific is back with a new series of Christmas-themed dances designed to keep passengers focused on in-flight safety demonstrations during the country's busy Christmas and New Year holidays.

The airline last year began choreographed safety demonstrations to Lady Gaga's hit song "Just Dance" at cruising level. Candice Iyog, the Cebu Pacific's vice president for marketing, said at the time that the routines were intended to get people to pay more attention to the more usual safety procedures that they had already seen prior to take-off. The dances became an Internet sensation after a passenger uploaded video of the in-flight performances to the YouTube website, where it received over 4.6 million views in a matter of days.

Cebu Pacific's management quickly followed up by professionally filming and choreographing new demonstrations to boost its image as a fun airline. In addition to the in-flight dancing, Cebu Pacific for years has held games and karaoke contests, which can often surprise first-time visitors to the Philippines. Flight attendants from rival carrier Philippine Airlines have condemned the dancing as demeaning, but Cebu Pacific responded by training male attendants to dance, too.

Unperturbed, Cebu Pacific this year has taken dancers on tour to perform in key overseas markets such as South Korea, where uniformed performers displayed their prowess at break-dancing and other street stunts.

In Singapore, another key destination, the airline organized a flash mob dance to drum up publicity for its new promotional fares to the Philippines.


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