7 of Our Favorite Ways Airlines Are Celebrating Halloween

Oct 31, 2017

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Things are getting spooky in the skies on All Hallow’s Eve, and airlines are taking notice. OK, so maybe pilots aren’t really on the watch for witches riding on brooms and tower controllers are not actually watching out for zombies on the runways. But airlines are turning to social media to let us know that they’ve got us covered with the spirited jokes. Southwest is even offering free spirits to alleviate our fear of, uh, spirits. Check out the airlines below to see how they’re celebrating ghosts and ghouls.

1. Delta

Delta channeling “Stranger Things” and telling us to travel is an automatic win. P.S. Delta, can you bring back Barb from the upside-down?

2. Southwest

BRB, booking a flight for one hour away so I can take Southwest up on this offer.

3. JetBlue (AKA JetBoo)

Happy #Halloween from JetBoo. ??

A post shared by JetBlue (@jetblue) on

OK, JetBlue, we hear you. We’re into it. Booking a flight to the West Ghost… I mean, Coast.

4. United

Trick or treat, says the fleet ?✈️? #HappyHalloween

A post shared by United (@united) on

Wait, why don’t airplanes wear hats and capes? Starting a petition now for year-round costumes on airplanes.

5. Aer Lingus

Do witches travel as fast as airplanes on overseas flights? Where do I get my broom?

6. American

The Sanderson sisters could only be so lucky if they could find a Casper Mattress after sleeping for 300 years.

7. KLM

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a spooky Jack-o’-lantern in the sky!

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