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Virgin Australia
'Bring On Wonderful'
21 April 2024 60s
Air smiles.
by Andrew MacGregor

This Virgin Australia commercial is about a teenage girl's worst nightmare: a family holiday. "We're really looking forward to spending time together," Dad says, though his daughter's face says otherwise. She puts on her headphones and looks out the window instead, only to get the full Virgin Australia experience from baggage handlers down below.

The staff take a quick break dance for her pleasure, though it takes a while for her to crack. This might have been unbearable if the troupe wore cheesy-ass grins from start to finish, but these deadpan dancers are easy to get on board with. The way the protagonist breaks (watched by the flight attendant from a previous spot) is rather sweet.

Product Category: Airlines

Territory: Australia



Director: Stefan Hunt (OB42)

  Virgin Australia - 'Bring On Wonderful'


Virgin Australia
'Bring On Wonderful'
21 April 2024 60s

Air smiles.

This Virgin Australia commercial is about a teenage girl's worst nightmare: a family holiday. "We're really looking forward to spending time together," Dad says, though his daughter's face says otherwise. She puts on her headphones and looks out the window instead, only to get the full Virgin Australia experience from baggage handlers down below.

The staff take a quick break dance for her pleasure, though it takes a while for her to crack. This might have been unbearable if the troupe wore cheesy-ass grins from start to finish, but these deadpan dancers are easy to get on board with. The way the protagonist breaks (watched by the flight attendant from a previous spot) is rather sweet.

Product Category: Airlines

Territory: Australia



Director: Stefan Hunt (OB42)

Virgin Australia 21 April 2024
'Bring On Wonderful' 60s

Air smiles.

by Andrew MacGregor

This Virgin Australia commercial is about a teenage girl's worst nightmare: a family holiday. "We're really looking forward to spending time together," Dad says, though his daughter's face says otherwise. She puts on her headphones and looks out the window instead, only to get the full Virgin Australia experience from baggage handlers down below.

The staff take a quick break dance for her pleasure, though it takes a while for her to crack. This might have been unbearable if the troupe wore cheesy-ass grins from start to finish, but these deadpan dancers are easy to get on board with. The way the protagonist breaks (watched by the flight attendant from a previous spot) is rather sweet.

Product Category: Airlines

Territory: Australia



Director: Stefan Hunt (OB42)