WATCH | 'When Jason Momoa is your flight attendant'

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Jason Momoa recently revealed that he struggled to get work after his character in Game of Thrones was killed off during the first season finale in 2011.
(PHOTO: GALLO IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES)
Jason Momoa recently revealed that he struggled to get work after his character in Game of Thrones was killed off during the first season finale in 2011. (PHOTO: GALLO IMAGES/GETTY IMAGES)

Jason Momoa took on the role of flight attendant recently when he handed out bottles of his Mananalu water brand celebrating his colab with Hawaiian Airlines.

One TikTok user's aunt was on the flight from Los Angeles to Hawaii. @livinglikekylee posted a clip of the star in action with the caption: "When Jason Momoa is your flight attendant."

The Aquaman actor, who was recently involved in a motorbike accident, also took to his Instagram account sharing a clip of him "going home" with his "babies" – his daughter Lola Iolani, 14, and son Nakoa-Wolf, 13, tagged along – and "doing something really cool".

In the video he's got a shell-necklace around his neck and flower in his hair while he hands out his Mananalu aluminium bottles.

Hawaiian Airlines is the first to partner with the actor.

He explains in the caption of his post: "We're on a mission to end single-use plastic. Drink one, remove one - for every bottle of Mananalu sold, we remove one plastic bottle from the ocean. We have removed 3 MILLION plastic bottles from the ocean this year. Don't stop making waves to save our beautiful planet."  


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