Air hostess gets teary-eyed in her farewell speech; Video leaves netizens emotional 

People showing unique talents and people performing unique skills will always be promoted by social media and everyone is eager to watch such videos. However, the internet not only garners such videos but also garners mind-breaking, heart-melting, tear-dropping videos that talk about sentiments, especially of humans. One such video is now circulating on the internet and so far many shares of the video have reached social media sites. 

The video of an Airhostess giving her farewell emotional speech before she leaves the airline is now going viral on the internet even after days of posting it. The Airhostess identified as Surabhi Nair gets teary-eyed when she announces that it is her last flight as she is stepping down from her post in the Airlines-Indigo. 

When she bid adieu, she says, “I don’t want to go but I have to go…” and followed by an emotional speech she thanked everyone for choosing the Indigo flight. Surabhi thanked everyone onboard because of those passengers, the employees use to get their salaries on time, or before time. “just like our flights,” she added while giggling and wiping away her tears. 

“I really don’t know what to say at this moment. I never thought this thing would come and it’s like a piece of my heart. The company has given me everything and has even pampered us, thank you everyone for flying with us,” the emotional flight attendant said. “The time has come and I have to leave now to the next part of my life,” said the flight attendant.

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The video has been shared by singer and radio jockey Amrutha Suresh on Instagram. It has got more than 3.78 lakh views and a lot of praise from Internet users. “What a beautiful send-off to this beautiful lady by IndiGo. So much touched,” the caption under the video read. The comments under the video were full of wishes for Surabhi’s better future and some of the comments were in the Malayalam language.