Dalian airport stages cheerleading dance show to calm stranded passengers
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Posted 25 April 2012 - 03:27 AM
Over 5,000 passengers were stranded at the airport of Dalian City due to dense fog on April 24.
In an effort to calm down these passengers of delayed flights, the airport organized a dance show by cheerleaders.
It was learned the chearleading team was formed by four undergraduates, known as "Basketball Babes" in the university. The team was in fact preparing the aerobic dance for an event for the airport's flight schedule in summer and autumn.
"It was unexpected that we came across dense fog today. Dancing helps ease the anxiety of the stranded passengers," said a staff member of the airport.
It seemed the show yielded a good result, as many passengers were attracted to watch.
According to the airport, it was the first ever dancing show done by them under such a circumstance. This has ever occurred in the airports in Singapore and South Korea before.
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