Just when you thought Emirates flights couldn't get more entertaining -considering they offer 2,500 channels of movies, box sets, live sport, and kids TV - a men's choir proves us wrong. 

A group of 75 members of the Baylor University Men's Choir decided to give some live-action entertainment, aka an impromptu musical performance, filled with well-choreographed moves after an Emirates flight en route from Kenya to the U.S. had landed. 

The group danced away to the song "Da Coconut Nut" by Filipino musician and composer, Ryan Cayabyab, as passengers disembarked from the plane.

The performance was a "thank you" to the airline's cosmopolitan crew.

The video was posted to the airline's Facebook page on Friday. It has since gone viral, garnering over 10 million views at the time of writing. 

"At Emirates, we are happy to bring the world closer through such wonderful moments," the airline wrote in a Facebook post. 

People loved every second of it!

Reminiscing to their own 'coconut' moments

Envy filled the room

And love (lots of it) filled the air

Three words: Emirates is COOL

This is what happens when you 'go coconuts' on an Emirates flight