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These are the weird secret palm signals easyJet moody attendants use to promulgate with any other


easyJet moody attendant
An
EasyJet moody attendant signals for a croque
monsieur.

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  • Budget airline EasyJet has a set of secret palm signal
    codes that moody attendants use to communicate.

  • An inner video expelled by the airline shows
    how cabin organisation advise any other when there’s a ram do or
    someone famous on house — or what to do when there’s a marriage
    proposal.



Budget airline EasyJet has suggested the secret codes its flight
attendants use to promulgate with one another in a new video.

Back in May, newcomer Jamie East — a TV and radio presenter —
posted a brief video to Twitter showing the cabin organisation conversing
using “bizarre palm signals,” including a organisation member doing the
“chicken arm dance while portion the on-board food service.”

East asked the airline: “@easyJet forgive me but greatfully explain
what ON EARTH is going on here?!”

Twitter users shared their guesses on what was happening in the
video, with sports presenter Gabby Logan commenting: “The chicken
in quarrel 5 wants tea. Duh.”

The airline responded by divulgence that the moody attendant was
signalling to her co-worker in the galley that a newcomer had
systematic a duck baguette.

EasyJet then expelled a never-before-seen video, which is
routinely used for training new staff to learn them “the
significance of the secret code.” Here’s a few of the favourites:

The not-so-subtle vigilance for a bacon baguette


easyjet bacon sandwichYouTube

Get your antlers out for the stag


easyjet palm gesturesYouTube

There’s even a code for: “Get the Champagne — there’s
been a matrimony proposal”


easyjet palm codesYouTube

Watch the full video here:

According to the airline, over the past 21 years EasyJet crew
members have “meticulously honed the palm signals to establish
their own inventive sign denunciation to promulgate pivotal messages to
colleagues.”

Tina Milton, Head of Cabin Services said: “With over 6 million
passengers served any month, the ‘secret code’ has been invented
to capacitate the cabin organisation to broach a rapid and efficient
service, while gripping nonessential organisation sound to a smallest and
yield passengers with a relaxing and beguiling flight.

“EasyJet moody attendants are lerned in all aspects of customer
service and air safety, and the secret palm signals are an
constituent partial of their in-flight knowledge… Next time you’re
on-board an EasyJet flight, have a demeanour to see which palm signals
from the code you can spot.”

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