Rowdy holidaymakers hold mini rave with disco lights on Ryanair flight to Ibiza

A group of rowdy holidaymakers had their own makeshift rave onboard a Ryanair flight to Ibiza — complete with drinks and disco lights.

A viral video, which was shared on social media by Shenanigans Ibiza, shows a group of young people crowding the aisle between the seats with drinks in their hands as they bounced around with their hands in the air.

Disco lights, of various colours, covered the inside of the cabin as they chanted the tune of This Girl by Kungs vs Cookin’ on 3 Burners.

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People were seen holding their phones up to record the mid-flight party in the clip, which has gained more than 180 likes on social media.

In the caption, the bar staff wrote: "You can tell when the Ibiza flight’s full of Shenanigans staff alright."

Meanwhile, people took to the comments on Instagram, wishing they were on a flight with such a bubbly party atmosphere.

One user said: "That’s a fun flight!"

Another added: "I"m ready to start the party."

A third wrote: "Get me on this flight."

However, not everyone was amused as some took to the comments claiming the behaviour was "embarrassing".

A second penned: "Every time. The staff needs a raise for flying to Ibiza."

A third argued: "That would be the worst flight."

It is not clear whether they were on a returning flight to the UK from the popular Spanish resort or heading to it.

However, some say it wouldn't be the one coming back as there would be "many ruined people on that flight".

Ryanair has been contacted for a comment regarding the clip.

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The news comes after a man got the entire plane and cabin crew to himself when no one showed up after an 18-hour delay.

Phil Stringer was supposed to get on the 6.20am American Airlines to Charlotte, North Carolina on Sunday.

But the flight was delayed multiple times and he decided to stay at Oklahoma City hoping to catch the first flight out.

After a gruelling 18-hour wait, he made it to the boarding gate and realised he got a flight upgrade of a lifetime.

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