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Longest Inflight Announcement Made With A Single Breath

United States Paul Kim

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Boston, Massachusetts, United States / June 10, 2010

Paul Kim made a 116-word inflight airplane announcement using a single breath.

Kim performed the feat on Thursday June 10, 2010 at the JetBlue ‘Nonstop Nonstops’ World Record Event in Boston’s Copley Square, held in collaboration withRecordSetter.

Full Script:
Ladies and Gentleman, JetBlue Airways welcomes you to BOSTON. The local time is 12:15. The weather is partly cloudy and71 degrees. Please keep your seatbelt fastened and carry-on items stowed until the seatbelt sign is turned off. Be carefulwhen opening overhead bins, as those items tend to move during flight. If this is your final destination on JetBlue, yourchecked baggage may be claimed at carousel number 3. If you have a bag tag that says ldquo;CLAIM AT GATE,rdquo; you may claimthose items outside the front aircraft door. For those Customers needing special assistance deplaning the aircraft, pleaseremain comfortably seated once we arrive at the gate so we may better assist you. At this time, you are welcome to use yourcell phone if it is readily accessible. Also, our crewmembers would appreciate it if each passenger could take their personalbelongings with them as they deplane. These items include, but are not limited to: books, magazines, small pieces of wood,plastic trumpets and, of course, fog machines. Wersquo;d also like to mention that our pilots will be at the front of the plane. Besure to give them a high five and shout your favorite catchphrase from television sitcoms of the rsquo;70s and rsquo;80s as you passby. Our personal favorite is ldquo;DYNOMITE!rdquo; but really itrsquo;s entirely up to you. Once again, thank you for flying JetBlue. We lookforward to serving you again in the future. Have a great day. Watch your step. And happy trails.


- must read transcript
- allowed one and only one breathe
- "12:15" counts as one word


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  • China Xiulin Chang

    Xiulin Chang

    wonderful,that's mother language!

  • United States Max Sarafin

    Max Sarafin

    it's edited you can hear at :33-:36 in between there is a little pop and it is noted that those two audio clips are combined.

  • United States Tony Cappaert

    Tony Cappaert

    Just beat it -- 172 words. Check it my video:

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