Cebu Pacific Airlines said they will continue their way of demonstrating safety information to airline passengers through their Dancing Flight Attendants.The video of the Dancing Flight Attendants has gone viral over the internet through blogs and social networking sites.
According to Cebu Pacific Airlines, a budget airline in the Philippines, they want to make the safety demonstrations "fun and exciting" to get passengers so that they will pay attention.This is to get rid of the usual boring demonstration by flight attendants of buckling seatbelts. Now, the flight attendants dance their way to Lady Gaga's "Just Dance" and Katy Perry's "California Girls," as they show how to use lifejackets they jumped up and down, arms moving in rhythm, to indicate the emergency exits.
The Dancing Flight Attendants Video in the internet has now reached more than 6 million hits in less than a week.This seems to be a cheap and very rewarding promotion for Cebu Pacific.

However, the Flight Attendants and Stewards Association of the Philippines (FASAP) is not happy about this way of promoting safety because according to them dancing flight attendants in front of passengers is "demeaning and undignified...(they) are not entertainers."
Gabriela, a women right's group, also disliked the Cebu Pacific promotion. The group said in a statement that "portraying women in a sexy manner to make business brisk is not only a cheap promotional gimmick but also makes corporations such as Cebu Pacific a purveyor of sexism and machismo that reverses the hard-won recognition that Filipino women have achieved."