Nearly 15 years after its release, “Toxic,” one of the catchiest tunes by pop princess Britney Spears, is still going viral.

The 2003 song and its accompanying music video have been inspiring dance battles for years, but now, flight attendants from different cabin crews around the world are taking that battle to the friendly skies.

In March, Travel+Leisure shared a clip of Assraf Nasir, a flight attendant for Malaysia’s AirAsia X airline, who recreated Spears’ iconic moves up and down the aisle of an Airbus A330.

And just a few days ago, attendants on El Al Airlines performed their own rendition of the hit on an empty plane.

Not to be outdone, four flight attendants from the low-cost Thai carrier Nok Air recently did their own version of the famous music video in honor of the megastar's arrival in Thailand, CNN reported.

“We are really excited to see our crew's initiatives to make this incredible video,” Pinyot Pibulsongkram, Nok Air's vice president of marketing and sales, told CNN. “Not only that they are excited about Britney landing in Bangkok and love the song Toxic, but they also had a lot of fun representing our brand.”

In the Nok Air video the attendants do their best to match the difficult choreography from the early 2000s hit. The only thing missing is Spears’ over-the-top electric-blue cabin crew uniform. So far the clip has been viewed more than 367,000 times.