A concert at 36,000 ft: this is the working experience that the Magic Process team gave to the travellers of Air Côte d'Ivoire through the distinctive Toulouse-Abidjan flight on Tuesday 18 July. At the close of the journey, the A320, which housed the concert, the airline's new acquisition, landed at Abidjan Global Airport, its all-natural hub.
Thanks to the wi-fi devices of the aircraft – acquired sixty million bucks – the concert could be adopted from the floor, through the accounts of the airline on unique social networks. A way for the team of “gaous magicians” to launch its anniversary tour, baptized “Magic Tour twenty several years”, waiting to perform on land on August 5 and seven in Abidjan.
In the aircraft – departing from Toulouse, and who stopped in Ouagadougou ahead of landing on Ivory Coast to be presented to President Ouattara, remaining in Burkina as component of a summit – Orchestra or audio devices, permit alone lights. The dim lights of the aircraft which passed from the orange to the white, the inexperienced and often the blue nevertheless gave way. To stay away from any interference with the audio devices of the A320, the corporation's initial acquire from Airbus, “the magicians” had been also equipped with a speaker cabinet, related to 4 microphones for the users of the team. Sound quality was thus acceptable on board.
Previous French-Ivorian intercontinental Basile Boli, European champion in 1993 with Olympique de Marseille and guest star of the flight, was reconverted for the event as a chorister. Tribute to him, Asalfo, the vocal chief of the cult team of Abidjan, nevertheless lover of Paris Saint Germain (PSG), did not wait to chant “Go OM”, the rallying cry of supporters of the Marseille club .
For our twenty several years there was no better way to start off
Magic Process in the air, did not perform its really dancing Magic Process, On The Air but, the exhibit was confident. The aircraft's corridor turned into a dance ground for a moment, ahead of the travellers, in terrific self-discipline, returned to their seats. Magic Process has revisited some titles of its rich repertoire combining no dance in choreographies well synchronized. “For our twenty several years, there was no better way to start off,” said Salif Traore alias Asalfo.