Delta airlines provides us with the latest in airline safety videos with this strange in-flight meme video. Not sure how effective it is but it does capture your attention so that you can’t look away, rather like a highway accident does.
We’ve seen, in the past couple of years, quite a few airline safety videos that have used humor to catch passengers’ attention (New Zealand Airline, New Virgin Atlantic, Delta Airlines, Virgin America Airlines). Air France, however, has chosen sexy chic rather than humor to keep their passengers attention. Check out their new safety video:
Hansen, Snap-Tite, Schrader? Which fitting do you need on your airline respirator? Each one functions differently and they aren’t interchangeable. So which one do you need? Which one is best?
There are some things that are just better shown than explained with words.
That’s the basis of MSA TV’s explanation of Airline fittings.
Here’s a novel approach to airline safety videos… the naked truth about airline safety as presented by naked flight attendants. Attendants are painted with clothes and it is tastefully done not to actually show anything but it does get your attention. The catch phrase at the end says it all “from the airline who has nothing to hide!”
Check it out here.
The only problem, as I see it is, having watch the whole thing, I’m not really sure that I remember what they had to say, I was too busy… uhm… uh… noticing the quaint New Zealand accent! Yeah, that’s it!