By: Flyhigh Manila Staff
The "Tala" dance challenge craze is presently the "pambansang sayaw" of the country. A song done by Sarah Geronimo, netizens would take to social media, posting a video of themselves doing the "Tala" challenge. The airline industry was not spared as airline personnel like ground and flight crew posting their own renditions. Royal Air cabin crew decided to do something a little different, by incorporating the safety demo in the dance.
In a video uploaded by Carliz Joy Musico, the video shows Royal Air flight attendants dancing the same "Tala" steps with a little modifications inside their Airbus A320 aircraft. Most noteable is how they incorporate the safety demo in the dance.
According to Carliz Musico, one of the flight attendants in the dance, the purpose was to introduce the airline's very first Airbus A320 aircraft. Though the video is only 3 minutes long, it took the crew an hour or so to shoot the whole dance since many parts were taken plus it was taken midflight as this was shot during the aircraft's ferry flight from Clark to Sihanoukville in Cambodia, hence, no passengers were on board. Nevertheless despite it being a ferry flight, the crew had to take breaks in order to attend to their duties and responsibilities like checking their assigned areas.
The viral video has now garnered 94,000 views with 2,300 shares.
For the mean time, enjoy this video!