DeltaGuy777 From United States of America, joined Jan 2005, 9 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (9 years 7 months 3 weeks 20 hours ago) and read 1669 times:
Well there are websites that have funny versions of them that you could probably rewrite and make serious.. Or I could just write one out for you since I practically demonstrate or read one everyday.. But that would be incredibly long... Maybe on a good day.... LOL
Aa757first From United States of America, joined Aug 2003, 3347 posts, RR: 8
Reply 2, posted (9 years 7 months 3 weeks 18 hours ago) and read 1656 times:
Welcome aboard Delta Air Lines. It is our pleasure to have you with us. Your safety and comfort are our primary concern, so please pay close attention to the following important information.
If you are seated in an exit seat, you must be able to see the exit, hear instructions, open the exit and verbally direct others to the exit. You must be able to do this without blocking the exit, causing harm to yourself or being distracted by other attentions. Children under fifteen may not sit in an exit seat. If you are seated in an exit seat and do not want to sit there, please contact a flight attentdant at this time.
No smoking and fasten seatbelt signs are located throughout the cabin. Federal regulations require you to comply with these signs and crew instructions. Smoking is not allowed on board any Delta aircraft and Federal law prohibits tampering with, disabling, or destroying a lavatory smoke detector.
To fasten your seatbelt, please the metal fitting into the buckle and tighten the strap. To release, lift the top of the buckle.
If cabin pressure throughout the cabin should change, the panels above your seat will open, revealing oxygen masks. Reach up and pull the mask towards you. Place it over your nose and mouth and secure it with the elastic band. The bag will not fully inflate although oxygen is flowing to the mask. If you are seated next to a child or someone else needing assistance, place a mask on yourself before assisting the other person.
Exits on the L-1011 are eight doors, four on each side of the aircraft. If there is a loss of electrical power, emergency track lighting installed near the floor will illuminate. White light lead to red lights, which indicate an emergency exit.
Please take a moment now to look around and locate the exit closest to your seat, which may be behind you. (Pause) Be aware, your closest exit may be behind you.
A portion of this flight will be overwater, so we would like to acquaint you with the location and operation of flotation equipment. A lifevest is located in a pouch under your seat. Remove the vest by pulling on the tab. Place the vest over your head and fasten the straps. Adjust your straps loosely around your waist.
The L-1011 is equipped with life rafts, which may be detatched for flotation. These are located at six doors. The two rear doors have evacuation slides, which maybe detatched as well.
Your seat cushion may be removed for floatation. To remove, pull up on the cushion and place your arms through the straps, which are facing away from you.
All of this information may be found in the aircraft safety card, in the seat pouch in front of you.
To prepare for take off, your carry-ons must be stowed, as well as your footrest and video unit, if applicable. Your seat belt must be fastened, and your seat back upright.
This concludes our safety demonstration. At this time, flight attendants will be collecting cups and glasses, and then must be seated for the remainder of taxi and take off. Thank you for your attention and we hope you enjoy travel experience with Delta Air Lines.
Ladies and gentlemen, as we prepare for take-off, allow us now to familiarize you with the safety features of this aircraft.
Please observe the exits now being pointed out. Exits on the MD-80 are four doors. Two on the left of the aircraft, one on the right. There is also an exit at the rear of the aircraft, to be used only under the direction of a crew member. All doors are equipped with slides. There are also four window exits over wing.
If you are seated in rows one, four, twenty or twenty-one, you must keep this area clear of all hand luggage.
If there is a loss of electrical power or a smoke-filled cabin, white lights will illuminate, which will guide you to red lights, indicating an emergency exit.
Please take a moment now to find your nearest exit, which may be behind you.
To fasten your seatbelt, please the metal fitting into the buckle. To change the length of the seat belt, tighten the strap. To release, lift the top of the buckle.
If you are traveling with an infant, please secure your seat belt around you with your child on your lap.
This flight takes us over water. A lifevest is located in a pouch under your seat. Remove the vest by pulling on the tab. Place the vest over your head and fasten the straps. Adjust your straps loosely around your waist. Do not inflate while in the cabin. There is a light and whistle which may be used to attract attention.
For your comfort, pressure is controlled while in-flight. However, should this change, oxygen masks will automatically appear. Reach up and pull the mask towards you. Place the mask over your nose and mouth and secure it with the elastic band. Breath normally, stay seated and do not remove the mask until instructed by a crew member. Although oxygen is flowing to the mask, the bag will not fully inflate. If you are seated next to a person requiring assistance, assist yourself first.
All safety information can be found in the safety card, in your seat pouch. Please take a moment to review these instructions.
Please obey the fasten seat belt signs and no smoking signs when illuminated, as they are now.
If you are using a blanket, place in your seat pouch so you are free of obstructions for take-off.
Thank you for your attention, and enjoy your flight with Air Jamaica.