In-Flight Safety Videos

Delta Boeing 737-800 Safety Video, 80’s-style

Delta has made something that should be an answer to the Virgin’s in-flight safety video. There’s no music nor dances but if you are aware of the 80’s, you’ll find it amusing. ALF, audio cassette, Kareem Abdul Jabar as the first officer and folks not having a clue about WiFi.

What else do you recognize from the 80’s?

Virgin America Safety Video

It should be the first time in history when an airline safety video becomes a sophisticated viral marketing campaign. Airlines start to understand that their brand image and service should go to as far as safety cards and videos. Delivering their vision that flights are fun and playing with standard passengers behavior (“don’t make me ask you again”), Virgin actually makes you watch this video because it is just fresh and entertaining. When nobody wants to read safety cards and watch flight attendants demonstrating safety features, this is a sign that information should be provided in a better way.

Virgin has also produced a ‘behind the scenes’ video:

And of course there is a Twitter hashtag #VXsafetydance, which you can follow to read how everyone loves it.

And if you really really love it, you can download the song here.

Air New Zealand Safety Briefing

Delta In-flight Safety Video

El Al Boeing 737-800 Safety Video

Turkish Airlines Safety Video

American Airlines Safety Video

Aeroflot A330 Safety Video

Air France Boeing 747-400 Safety Video

United A320 In-flight Safety Video