How Did I Miss This? OMG. A Mama Mia Flash Mob at Warsaw Airport

Star Alliance member LOT Polish serenaded their 500,000th Boeing 787 passenger. To Mama Mia. Or something.

And how this all starts when he hands over his passport is kinda awesome (by which I mean strange and disturbing).

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Comments

  1. That was awesome and he was a great sport for participating. I wonder if anyone missed their flight or thought that they would miss their flight due to the celebration.

  2. The root of this hilarious spot is that Poles would kill for a good joke. I am often (initially) annoyed when I am semi-forcibly drawn into similar events but eventually I love it. Their sense of humor is quite similar to American, btw.

  3. #no #justno unless you give me a million miles for enduring that. Good thing he was Polish or it could have been even more awkward.

  4. Seriously, Jo? I’m not really a fan of Mama Mia, but I thought it was just hilarious. I laughed till I cried. The best thing Gary has posted in ages.

  5. In the end, she dumps him for some other guy. So sad. At least he got to fly up front. Think he got upgraded?

  6. Mamma Mia – but you won’t want to fly transatlantic on LOT in Business if you are allergic to cats. Their Staff seems to think that two cats in one cabin are ok – and even let the cat sit in their master’s lap – DURING TAKEOFF AND LANDING.

    Oh – and if you say you are allergic – they’ll tell you to move to economy class.

    Personal experience.

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