A secret airline cabin crew code used by easyJet staff has been revealed in a new instructional video that hit the internet today.
The low fare airline responded on social media to a passenger’s video recording of easyJet cabin crew conversing using bizarre hand signals, by releasing a never before seen video used for training new staff.
Virgin Radio DJ Jamie East, posted a short clip to Twitter featuring crew members on-board an easyJet flight using secret code to communicate with crew in the galley. The video shows a cabin crew member doing the chicken arm dance hand whilst serving the on-board food service.
Tina Milton, Head of Cabin Services said, “With over 6 million passengers served each month, the ‘secret code’ has been invented to enable our cabin crew to deliver a speedy and efficient service, whilst keeping unnecessary crew noise to a minimum and provide passengers with a relaxing and enjoyable flight.
easyJet flight attendants are trained in all aspects of customer service and air safety, and the secret hand signals are an integral part of their inflight knowledge. We pride ourselves on providing an excellent inflight food service over the past 21 years, and our ‘secret code’ helps us to ensure customer satisfaction in a timely manner.