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Virgin America hosts in-flight Victoria's Secret models

I know I've been writing a lot of posts about Virgin America (VX) lately, but what can I say? They keep launching random sales and PR stunts. You've gotta give it to them; the legacy carriers in the US use about jack for advertising.

This time VX sponsored a Victoria's Secret in-flight PJ party / fashion show on a flight between New York and Los Angeles. On November 28th, regularly scheduled passengers were met at the gate with a kickoff gala and supermodels Selita Ebanks and Miranda Kerr. Over the course of the runway fashion show style flight, some members were given "supermodel" makeovers while the other unfortunate passengers were only treated to hot supermodels strutting down the aisle.

Although Air New Zealand has tried this before, this is the first time that such hijinks have been pulled off domestically. And I have to say, it's been generating a lot of positive buzz from the airline community. Hopefully, Virgin America will let Gadling know before they do this again, we can pass the news on and you can strategically book your ticket.



Also: Ryanair Flight Attendants like you've never seen them before
Hey guys, ever have fantasies involving naughty stewardesses? Here's something to add to your Christmas wish list: The flight attendants of infamous low-cost European airline Ryanair have shed their usual blue uniforms in favour of something skimpier

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