Maybe some of you out there can recite the air safety briefing with your eyes closed. In fact if you travel a lot you probably do close your eyes when you hear it. It’s funny because you can usually tell the newish travellers on a flight. Those are the ones who are paying attention, reading through on the safety card and checking out the exits while the rest of us seasoned travellers tune out. Bear in mind if something did happen on the plane it would probably be those people who paid attention who would be able to get off first.
Good job kid!
You will be prepared – unlike this guy…
This is perhaps the reason that some airlines have started making their safety briefings more interesting and even entertaining. A good example is Air New Zealand. Their Hobbit safety briefing was so popular and has been refreshed year after year
I bet nobody falls asleep during this one.
Other airlines are following suit – some with really good results. I really liked Delta’s take on things. They use humour to remind passengers e.g. putting carry on bags in the overhead bins
If you have time take a look – it’s quite funny. C’mon. The boss is away at a meeting just put your headphones on and pretend you are doing a webinar ttps://youtu.be/noE1YzvfA08
In fact there are several versions – Delta has been quite busy poking fun at these procedures
So next time you get on a flight hopefully it will be a funny and amusing flight safety video. In fact one can almost feel sorry for the in flight staff because the competition is high. Nowadays it seems to be a flight attendant you not only have to be a server, a paramedic, a midwife and a mechanic – you also have to be a stand up comic artist! Not an easy job at all.