9 Hilarious TikToks About The Infamous Sunwing Party Flight

The content creators in our province got to WORK. 🎬

9 Hilarious TikToks About The Infamous Sunwing Party Flight

Whenever an event goes viral on the internet, it's only natural that all kinds of TikToks be made about it. And that's exactly what happened with the Sunwing party flight filled with Quebec influencers.

Between the flight full of alcohol bottles and vapes, the media frenzy and multiple airlines banning them, the content creators in our province got to work — and pure gold is what came as a result.

While most videos showing the group partying on the plane have been deleted from social networks, here's a little glimpse at what the flight resembled.


La nouvelle nous inspire à faire des tiktoks 😂 #quebec #influenceurs #sunwing #cancun #od #odscoop #montreal #mtl

One TikToker managed to get a screenshot of the party plane in action and ridiculed the whole fiasco, making sure to include Justin Trudeau's callout of the group.


Ma TL me faisait trop rire je devais partager ici! #greenscreenvideo #mtltiktok #quebectiktok #influenceurquebec #quebecfyp #twittermontreal

User @zozoduval made an iconic video pretending to act like one of the influencers who were on the flight. Assuming they must all have been Geminis, the character says, "Yes I was on the plane, but I don't identify myself with that at all [...] it was my other personality who was there."


C’est vraiment choquasse comme histoire!!! 🥰 #quebec #tiktokquebec

Quebec TikToker @alexissdumais had the same energy, acting as Isabelle Labrecque, a TV personality from L’île de l’amour, who claimed that she and her friends Anna-Maëlle Laprise and Sandrine Séguin were all "sleeping" on the flight.


stay strong 😪😪 lol #tiktokquebec #fyp

And they weren't the only one who decided to imitate her, calling out the fact that there were allegedly videos posted of them dancing on the flight, which didn't look too much like sleeping.


« on dormait » #fyp #foryou #pourtoi #quebec #influenceurs #sunwing

In another TikTok, Montreal comedian and actor Nir Guzinski speculates what an "influencer" even means.


OHH THE SHAME! 🤦🏻‍♂️ #comedy #sketchcomedy #quebec #franglais #influencers #influenceurs #sunwing #vacation #foolish #montreal #tabarnak #lockdown

In case you were also wondering, this video from user @olilebel8 provides one possible definition, or at least an explanation of what a "Quebec influencer" apparently entails.


Vivre le Québec⚜️ #fyp #quebec #influencer #avion #sunwing #covid #drunk

Now that Sunwing, Air Transat and Air Canada have all banned the partiers from flying back with their airlines, people are wondering if the group is going to have to walk home.


Quebec influencers be like 🤣 #tulum #drama #healthywalk #tiktokquebec #quebec #qc #montreal #covid #party #travel

I think it's safe to say this TikTok sound could explain what's on many of the influencers' minds right now:


This sound though 🤣🤣🤣 #quebec #tulum #tiktokquebec

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