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MANILA, Philippines >> Who says plane travel can’t be fun?

Flight attendants for a low-cost Philippine airline who gained fame by dancing through safety demonstrations are back swaying through the aisles.

They’ve swapped the Lady Gaga tunes that made them popular last year for Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You.”

Manila-based Cebu Pacific airline says the choreographed dance helps passengers pay more attention to the safety demonstration.

Said spokeswoman Candice Iyog on Thursday, “Now that it’s Christmas, we wanted to bring a little more fun into the flight.”

Iyog told The Associated Press that reaction has been good.

Video of the routine shows four attendants in orange shirts and khaki shorts dancing away on select flights.


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