Munich Airport Employees Made a Video.. and it is AWESOME

Ok, I’m not sure if this is weird or just plain awesome, but the latter gets my vote. What do you think?

Here’s the Google Translate version of the video description (original is German, natch):

The new, produced a so-called LipDub image film of Munich Airport has brought to the catchy sounds of the song “Come away with me” the band “The Donots” in all kinds of movement. The result – a real blast: approximately 200 talented performers from the Munich airport family – from trainee to CEO – have participated. Parts of the apron were cordoned off, check-in desks temporarily withdrawn from the market and made ​​a real hotel bed next to an airplane.

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  1. Loved it! I had the most fun this summer on a 4 hour segway tour of Munich. Great city, great people.

  2. Fun to watch, but I guess I don’t get what they are going for. It’s much too long, and the point is lost.

  3. It’s just…so… South African! A stuffed cheetah being carried under someone’s arm and the South Africa Airways plane next to the bed. Are they sure they are in the right country?

  4. Gee, I guess this is what the employees at the Munich airport were doing instead of getting a wheelchair for my father that had been requested and confirmed with the airline well before his transit of the airport…

  5. Long video, will never work for a commercial. Don’t know if the song is something that would work on MTV or VH1.

    At 2:30 they used a South African Airways tail. Why not Lufthansa, the country’s carrier?

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