(Video) Has the Flying Kangaroo gone hopping mad? Here’s an Airline Safety Video you’ll be excited to watch EVERY TIME you fly…
Not to be outdone by the hugely popular, very clever and humorous Emirates safety video, Australian airline Qantas present their own version of the pre-flight safety video, in which you can’t help but fall in love with the land down under and are inspired to want to watch it again and again.
Rather than opting for the formal and rather stuffy version of the usual airline safety video, Qantas have ingeniously managed to grab (and hold) their passengers’ full attention. The airline showcases the stunning beauty of Australia, with everyday Australians creatively demonstrating the usually boring airline safety instructions, such as ‘how to put on a life jacket’, in an exceptionally enjoyable and entertaining way (in this video, as demonstrated at Icebergs, Bondi Beach). Extremely creative and with visually stimulating scenery, passengers are shown ‘how to don an oxygen mask’, using the ceiling of the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in Hobart as the ceiling from which the masks drop. Passengers are reminded to ‘count the number of rows to the nearest exit’ through using the analogy of rows of vines in a Yarra Valley vineyard, the ‘brace position’ is demonstrated during a yoga class on Hamilton Island and how to ‘exit the aircraft’ is entertainingly shown by the demonstrator cascading down a natural water-slide at Josephine Falls in Queensland.
This version of the airline safety video is anything but boring! Check it out below… It’s bonza mate!