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Flight secrets: Cabin crew play this cheeky game when planes are empty

Flight attendants often have to work long and gruelling shifts.

So to make their routines a little more interesting, they have to get creative.

One of the ways they do this is by playing games – from Cheerio dares to ice pranks.

In a recent interview, a cabin crew member said they enjoy “aisle surfing” during their down time.

So what does the amusing past-time involve?

Apparently, flight attendants enjoy “aisle surfing” when planes are empty.

In between shifts, or before any customers arrive, employees are said to whizz down the walkways on serving trolleys.

For maximum speed, they take a run up and launching themselves onto the metal trays.

Alan Caister, who works training cabin crew about safety, recently revealed all about the game.

He told Quora: “When positioning an aircraft without passengers, one stands on two trays at the front of the cabin, facing the rear holding the armrests of the front armrests, ready Read More – Source

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