Working on an airport tarmac can’t be easy. Especially at this time of year.
It’s cold, it’s loud, it’s grey, and you spend all day watching happy families travel cross-country and around the world to be with their loved ones while you’re stuck at work.
But that didn’t stop one American Airlines employee from having the time of his life while directing air traffic on the Pearson runway:
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Страна наблюдений сплошных!!! Что ни город, что ни место, то киноперсонажи!!! Я уже просто плачу!!!? А Канада- зажигает?? И вот, он герой всех американских наших поездок – @jahflix #letstakeoff? ————————————————————————For licensing or usage, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
While there is literally nothing good about flying, this man’s unbridled enthusiasm surely made a lot of people’s journeys significantly more enjoyable. He was later identified as Jahmaul Allen, who says he simply loves what he does.
I would say I do it every now and then, whenever I feel like the mood to dance and whenever I want to make someone happy on the plane,” he told USA Today.
Allen isn’t the first traffic guide to dance on the job. Last year, a video of a Rochester airport hero also went viral for very much the same reason:
May we all love our jobs this much in 2019.