"I think a federal air marshal might find that a bit confusing," Wallace said.
"You don't know what every person's intentions are," said Shook, the flight attendant.
The pilots said it was unlikely the dancing would upset a large aircraft's stability. "It depends on the airplane, the larger the airplane, the less the impact," Tilmon said.
Team members do not plan a repeat performance, saying sequels are never as good as original performances.