This is the moment a Scouser surprised passengers by bursting into song on a flight home from Milan.
22-year-old Cal Ruddy sang and played guitar at 38,000 feet, much to the enjoyment of other people and staff in the cabin.
He told the ECHO: “I was asked by Blue Air to fly out to Milan, to represent and promote Liverpool as a destination to Italian locals.
“It was an absolute honour to represent our city and I think it’s amazing to see Liverpool being invested in and promoted in other places.
“The response I had was amazing. The crowds I played to on the streets really got stuck in – but nothing will beat being given the opportunity to play a set on-board the plane.”
The footage shows passengers clapping and nodding along to Cal’s own song, Maria, with many filming on their phones.
During his time in Milan, Cal, who lives in Wirral, says he met a group of four Italian lads who had dressed up as the Beatles.
Cal added: “Me and those four are mates for life now!”
Blue Air flies from Liverpool John Lennon airport to 48 destinations in 12 European countries every day.
The Romanian low-cost airline was founded in 2014 and is today the country’s biggest airline.