Passengers waiting to exit plane praised for showing how it should be done

Anyone who's ever been on a plane will know the frantic rush that comes at the end of the flight when everyone stands up and tries to get their bags from the overhead lockers.

Usually it leads to everyone awkwardly half stood/sat in their seats, people scrambling to get to their bags, and packed aisles as everyone wants to be the first to get off the plane.

But on one WestJet flight, passengers found themselves in an absolutely dreamy situation; where everyone waited their turn.

One passenger, Darragh Doyle, caught the magical moment on camera. In the short clip, passengers can be seen staying in their seats during disembarkment.

Rather than a mad rush, they are going row by row; each row stands up, collects their bags and as they head off, the next row gets up.

Starting at the front of the plane, the system works backwards with everyone else staying in their seats and calmly awaiting their turn.

It seems pretty efficient too – rather than having to fight to get to their bags, it looks like quite a serene process.

Darragh's video has caused quite a stir on Twitter, as users took to the social media platform to share a mixture of joy and disbelief that the usual 'end of flight scramble' hadn't occurred.

It also got users talking about just how the process should be, with most hailing the Westjet passengers' system as one to follow.

One user wrote: "Haha! What a difference! Here it's the absolute *second* the light goes off, everyone up out of the seats, necks cricked under the luggage racks… this is pure inspiration."

Another suggested: "Am I being foolish or would it not be quicker for all the aisle seaters to go first, then all of the middles, and then the window seaters?"

A few eagle-eyed users spotted that overhead lockers are open, suggesting some passengers in the back few rows did get up.

However, the bags are still in the lockers and the passengers are still sat down, so it could be that a few people just wanted to get something out of their bag while they waited, or that they started to disembark but followed suit when they saw everyone else waiting.

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