Ever Paid Attention to Airline In-Flight Safety Videos?

Have you seen our latest epic airline in-flight safety video by Singapore Airlines? Where a Singapore Girl demonstrates the safety instructions at different Singapore’s landmarks. This video is a bilateral agreement between SIA and Singapore Tourism Board to promote Singapore at the same time.

Singapore Airline isn’t the first one airline company to use such methods of promoting the country in conjunction with a safety video. Take a look at Air New Zealand latest airline in-flight safety video, which features Cuba Gooding Jr. and Katie Holmes and many stunning locations in New Zealand. Qantas Airways also recently released their in-flight safety video promoting their country places of visits too. These videos sure inspire me to visit those countries!

How about something funny and cheeky, yet being serious at the same time? Take a look at British Airway latest airline in-flight safety video and you know what I’m saying. This star-studded video features Chiwetel Ejiofor, Gordon Ramsey, Sir Ian McKellen, Warwick Davis, Rowan Atkinson and more. This video was released in conjunction with the charity Comic Relief.

For the recent years, airline companies are spending a huge amount of money to create entertaining airline in-flight safety video that look like movie films, while giving out the important safety instructions to passengers. With so much videos nowadays. Personally, I couldn’t forget Virgin America’s in-flight safety video released few years ago.

So the next time you fly off, do remember to take note of these airline in-flight safety videos, as you may be amazed by them!

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