Dublin Airport flyers were treated to a surprise sing-along on Saturday


Only in Ireland!

Passengers who were queuing for a flight to Cornwall on Saturday were surprised when their boarding call turned out to be a spontaneous sing-song.

A native Cork band, The Molgoggers, were boarding the flight along with the passengers, and instead of the usual final call, the band serenaded the flyers with an original song called All Aboard.

The eight piece group were flying out to take part in the Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival in Cornwall.

The tune was written in reference to the history of Cobh, and the emigration that people faced in past centuries.

The song was written by the man singing the verses, Jim Halligan, and we have to say, it's a beautiful song. Their harmonies are on point too.

If only all boarding calls could be like this.