Aircraft Safety Cards

Air France Airbus A380

Airline: Air France (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A380-800 (wiki)

Number of Airbus A380-800 in Air France Fleet: 6(photos)

Safety Card Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic

Format: Small Booklet

Did You Know: Air France was the first airline to introduce the A380 in Europe with their scheduled flight from Paris CDG to New York JFK.

Bonus: Meal card

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JetBlue Airbus A320

Airline: JetBlue Airways (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A320-200 (wiki)

Number of Airbus A320-200 in JetBlue Fleet: 121(photos) (seat chart)

Safety Card Languages: English, Spanish

Format: Booklet

Revision: REV3-07

Did You Know: Almost every aircraft of JetBlue has its own name that contains word “blue”.

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Air France Airbus A320

Airline: Air France (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A320 (wiki)

Number of Airbus A320 in Air France Fleet: 58 (photos)

Safety Card Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic

Format: Small Booklet

Did You Know: To celebrate its 75th anniversary, Air France has painted its A320 in the same livery as their planes used to fly in 1946.

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American Airlines Boeing 767

Airline: American Airlines (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Boeing 767 (wiki)

Number of Boeing 767 in AA Fleet: 73

Safety Card Languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Japanese

Format: Booklet, 04/09 revision

Did You Know: American Airlines has ordered 260 new Airbus jets to replace its aging fleet of Boeings.

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S7 Boeing 737-800

Airline: S7 (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Boeing 737-800 (wiki)

Number of Boeing 737-800 in S7 Fleet: 6, also operated by Globus ( photos)

Safety Card Languages: Russian, English

Format: Booklet

Did You Know: S7 ordered 10 brand new Boeing 737-800, 2 delivered so far.

This is a new safety card, different from all previous editions. It features more detailed instructions and images.

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S7 Airbus A319

Airline: S7 (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A319-100 (wiki)

Number of Airbus A319-100 in S7 Fleet: 19 (photos)

Safety Card Languages: Russian, English

Format: Booklet

Did You Know: S7 is currently the largest Russian domestic airline (even larger than Aeroflot).
The last page of this safety card shows a girl jumping on the slide with her high-heeled shoes on. This image was replaced in later editions of S7 safety cards. For example, see S7 A320 safety card.

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Cathay Pacific Airbus A340-300

Airline: Cathay Pacific (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A340-300

Number of Airbus A340-300 in Cathay Pacific Fleet: 11 (photos)

Safety Card Languages: English, Chinese

Format: Card

Did You Know: Cathay Pacific operates only wide-body jets.

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Nok Air Boeing 737-400

Airline: Nok Air (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Boeing 737-400

Number of Boeing 737-400 in Nok Air Fleet: 10 ( photos)

Safety Card Languages: English, Thai, Chinese, Japanese

Format: Booklet

Did You Know: Nok Air is a Thailand airline with flights serving Thailand and international routes. Nok Air paints their aircrafts as birds because nok is the Thai word for “bird” (นก)

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S7 Airbus A320

Airline: S7 (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A320-200 (wiki)

Number of Airbus A320-200 in S7 Fleet: 9, with 20 on order (photos)

Safety Card Languages: Russian, English

Format: Booklet

Did You Know: S7 is currently the largest Russian domestic airline (even larger than Aeroflot).
Note that on the last page a girl jumps on the slider without her shoes. Previous editions of all S7 safety cards had images of the same girl wearing high-heeled shoes, which must be avoided during evacuation.

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United Boeing 767-300 Premium 3-Cabin

Airline: United (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Boeing 767-300 ER (wiki)

Number of Boeing 767-300 in United’s Service: 35 (photos)

Safety Card Languages: English, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, German, French, Spanish

Format: Booklet.

Revision: CA 370 Rev. 10/07

Did You Know: United Airlines allows passengers to listen to live communications between Air Traffic Control and the crew. Select channel 9 on the in-flight audio system.

This card was designed by (c) Aero Safety Graphics.

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