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Toddler's Adorable Pre-Flight Ritual Leaves Passengers Smiling

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Flying can be a stressful experience for some people. While nervous passengers recall stories about people being mistreated by airline staff, bumped from flights or having issues getting their luggage at their destination, I think we can all agree that air travelers could use a smile.

While boarding a plane isn't the most exciting part of your trip, this 2-year-old found a way to make it a lot more entertaining.

Alya Jakubowicz posted a video of her son performing his "signature move" as they boarded a Southwest flight from Kansas City to Chicago.

Her son has a ritual and he does it every time he boards a flight according to his mom.

“It’s his signature move. He’s a little politician,” Alya told ABC News. “He’s very funny, not shy at all. He doesn’t leave anyone out.

He first learned the gesture during a flight delay when he was 18 months old.

“We were waiting on the tarmac and he was getting antsy so I let him run around the aisle a little bit and these guys behind us taught him how to fist bump,” she said.

So when he started boarding this Southwest flight, his mom got the video camera rolling.

Continue to the next page to see the little guy in action and how the passengers reacted.

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