Did you ever wonder what the subway would be like if you had 'flight attendants' delivering you snacks and drinks while you rumble underground across the city?

Improv in Toronto obviously did and took to the Toronto Transit Commission last weekend to act out this very scenario. The jauntily dressed subway attendants and one 'pilot' wheeled a cart with snacks, drinks and even blankets. Sadly there were no in-flight (in-ride?) movies.

"Our mission was simple, transform the old every day nature of riding the subway into a luxury flight experience, making it more a comfortable, enjoyable, and eventful ride," the group wrote on a blog post about the event.

This isn't the first comedic intervention the group has staged in Toronto. The group of comedians and ordinary citizens have held zombie attacks, fake ninja fights and the adorkable 'Umbrella Taxi Service' where they helped umbrella-less commuters stay dry.

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  • Prospective stewardesses studying dining class at TWA school in 1961.

  • Prospective American and French stewardesses studying grooming at TWA school in 1961.

  • Prospective stewardesses studying at TWA School during dining class in 1961.

  • Prospective stewardesses during simulated flight on mockup of Boeing 707 at TWA school in 1961.

  • Emergency chute from plane used to train stewardesses at TWA school in 1961.

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport

  • Inside the TWA Flight Center at JFK Airport