Sweet surprise or or an in-flight nightmare?
After boarding their US Airways flight to New Orleans, passengers were stuck on the tarmac in Indianapolis for a whopping five hours.
Flight attendant Keri Mann, knowing passengers were growing restless with the maintenance delay, decided to recruit some morale-boosting help.
She asked Port City Sound, a Maine barbershop quartet onboard, to serenade the plane.
They did, cheering up their fellow passengers with an impromptu performance.
“Our flight to New Orleans today was delayed for maintenance AFTER we had boarded. I started talking to the passengers and realized we had a barbershop quartet in our presence. I asked them to sing and most of the passengers began video taping! It was such a great moment… The mood changed and our passengers were awesome for the whole 5 hours they were on the plane!” Mann wrote on Facebook.
In May 2012, Toronto’s Lemon Bucket Orkestra grabbed their instruments and broke out into song during a 20-minute delayRead More »from Barbershop quartet serenades passengers on delayed flight