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AirAsia A330-300 Safety Video

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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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Delta Airbus A320 SR

Airline: Delta (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A320-211 (wiki)

Number of A320-200 in Delta Fleet: 69 (photos)

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

Format: Booklet

Revision: 04-09

Did You Know: Airbus A320 SR is a Slide/Raft configuration of A320-211 for overwater flights. The rafts are pictured in the safety card.

Delta sickness bag with a flight attendant’s signature inside!

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American Airlines Boeing 737

Airline: American Airlines (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Boeing 737-800 (wiki)

Number of Boeing 737-800 in AA Fleet: 167 (photos)

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

Format: Booklet, 04/08 revision (MPN# EB737P)

Did You Know: The oldest flying American airlines aircraft is a 1927 FC-2W.

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Rossiya An-148-100

Airline: Rossiya (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Antonov An-148-100 (wiki)

Number of An-148 in Rossiya Fleet: 6 (photos)

Safety Card Languages: Russian, English

Format: Card

Did You Know: Check a special device for saving a baby (in the bottom of the back side).

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S7 Airbus A310

Airline: S7 (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Airbus A310 (wiki)

Number of Airbus A310 in S7 Fleet: 1, to exit service in 2011 (photos)

Safety Card Languages: Russian, English

Format: Booklet

Did You Know: S7 is currently the largest Russian domestic airline (even larger than Aeroflot).
On July 9, 2006, an S7 Airbus A310 could not stop after landing at Irkutsk airport and crashed into garages. There were 124 fatalities and 79 survivors.

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Dniproavia Embraer 145

Airline: Dniproavia (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Embraer ERJ-145 (wiki)

Number of Embraer ERJ-145 in Dniproavia Fleet: 17 (according to their website) (photos)

Safety Card Languages: Ukranian, Russian, English

Format: Booklet

Did You Know: Dniproavia is an Ukranian airline based in Dnepropetrovsk. On April 28, 2011, a Dniproavia Embraer 145 ran off the taxiway at Sheremetyevo airport in Moscow, just after landing and exiting the runway. It resulted in a landing gear damage but fortunately no one was injured.

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South Airlines Saab 340

Airline: South Airlines (website) (wiki)

Aircraft: Saab 340B (wiki)

Number of Saab 340B in South Airlines Fleet: 3 (photos)

Safety Card Languages: Ukranian, English

Format: Card

Did You Know: South Airlines is an Ukranian airline based in Odessa. Production of Saab 340 ended in 1998, however the aircraft remains in active service. They were built in Sweden.

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