A young Down Syndrome woman who rose to fame after posting videos of her practising to be a flight attendant has lived out her dream after joining Jetstar's cabin crew for a day.
Georgia Knoll, who is an ambassador for people with disabilities, uploaded a video to Facebook in November of her reading and acting out the safety instructions delivered to passengers on flights.
Her dream had always been to become a flight attendant. After noticing the 25-year-old's video, Jetstar invited her to join the team on an Australian domestic flight.
Georgia says she just wants to be herself and make people happy.
"I'm just trying to break through barriers, push everything aside and be yourself," Georgia said to Jetstar while decked out in uniform.
"My passion about being a flight attendant is (about) making people happy."
Following Georgia's initial video, Jetstar got in contact and kitted her out in orange uniform before teaching her the ins and outs of the job.
Georgia then greeted passengers at Brisbane Airport as they boarded the flight to her hometown of Mckay, assisting with the safety demonstration.
"On the flight back she did safety demonstrations, she was serving food, greeting all the passengers and she went from Brisbane back to Mackay on the flight and everyone at Jetstar was so welcoming and so lovely," Georgia's sister Kathryn told Daily Mail Australia.
"All of the passengers had a great time, she was talking to everyone, she's just got such a bubbly personality.
"It was probably not your most conventional flight but she just had an absolute ball. It's been a fantastic experience for her."
Jetstar cabin crew manager Nicky said having Ms Knoll on board was a wonderful experience for all involved.
"Georgia is so full of life and is great with our customers, she was such a fantastic addition to our team and we all felt so lucky to have her spend the day with us," she said.
Many passengers have called for the airline to make Georgia a full-time employee.