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Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 6:20 am

Has anybody got safety announcemnents in either sound or written versions ?
Or do anybody know where i can find it ? All airlines will do, but preferbly in English, Danish, Norwegian or Swedish.

Thank you
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 8:57 am

hey there...yer i have some..Ill post them when i get home today from school, as i am currently at school...LOL

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RE: Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 9:16 am

Send me a private email and I'll send you one.
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 9:43 am

Here print this out. Sorry but some words had to be taken out because this is the safety announcement on the Value Jet Crash! You might be able to fill the blanks.

cates you have reached or are near the exit. the cabin has been pressurized for your comfort. if oxygen is ****, the compartment above your seat. reach up, pull down on the mask until the tubing is fully extended. place the mask over your nose and mouth, secure it with the elastic band and breathe normally. the oxygen bag may not appear to inflate, however, oxygen is flowing. for those of you traveling with small children, adjust your mask first and then assist the child. and passenger seat cushions on this aircraft may be used as a flotation device and detailed instructions may be found on the safety information card. smoking is not permitted at any time while on board this aircraft. also, federal law *tampering, disabling, or destroying these detectors **lavatory. your compliance with all crew *structions, all placards, light seat belt and no smoking signs, is required. also keep in mind, due to possible interference with navigational or communications systems, the following electronic devices may not be used during takeoff or landing. portable compact disk players, portable computers, and cellular phones which should be in the off position and stowed. now in preparation for takeoff, please fasten your seatbeit, return your seatback and tray tables to the full upright and locked position. your carry-on luggage must be stowed in the overhead compartments or underneath the seat in front of you. on behalf of all ValuJet employees, we'd like to thank you for selecting us today. we hope you enjoy your flight.

"It was just four of us on the flight deck, trying to do our job" (Captain Al Haynes)
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 7:50 pm

Do you only want the safety breifing or some of the other announcements made in english?

Anways..here is one..

Kia Ora, and welcome aboard. Right now we will be taking you through the safety demonstration of this boeing 767-300ER aircraft, so sit back and please pay close attention to this very important safety demonstration/video.

To fasten your seatbelt, insert the metal fitting into the buckle and tighten by pulling on the loose end of the straps. To release your seatbelt, lift up the buckle end marked "lift". Once we reach a safe altitude the captain will turn off the seatbelt sign but we do recommend to keep your seatbelt fastened at all times while you are seated throughout the flight due to any unexpected turbulence we may encounter.

In the unlikely event of a loss of cabin pressure, an oxygen mask will drop from the overhead panels.
To start the flow of oxygen, pull the mask towards you. Place the mask over your nose and mouth and slip the elastic band over your head. Tighten by pulling the straps and breath normally.
If the bag does not inflate, please donot worry as oxygen shall be flowing through the mask.
Parents travelling with younger children should first secure their own mask, and then their childs mask. You may remove the mask when indicated by a uniformed crew member.

On this boeing 767-300ER aircraft there are 4 main emergency exits on the main deck, with 2 aft and two to the rear of the cabin. There are also an additional 4 exits situated over the wings of the aircraft, with two on each side of the aircraft. Emergency lighting will guide you to an emergency exit, and these are located on the aisles of the cabin.
Right now we would please advice you to take a moment to locate your CLOSEST emergency exit.
In the event of an evacuation pleae leave all of your carry on luggage and process in an orderly manner to your closest emergency exit. Open the exit by moving the handle in the direction of the arrow.

In the event of an emergency landing please assume this emergency bracing position. Cross your arms and hold the top of the seatback in front of you or bend down and grab your ankles.

In the event of a water "ditching" you will find a life vest underneath your seat. Please watch carefully as we demonstrate how to place the life vest on.
Open the plastic bag and remove the life vest. Place your head through the hole, and pass the straps around your waist whilst fastening tightly at the front. To inflate the vest pull firmly on the red cord, only when you leave the aircraft. If you need to place more air into your life vest blow into the mouth piece.

When the seatbelt sign is illuminated, or when requested by a flight attendant please turn off all electronic devices. The use of cellular phones or any electronic device operating with an antenna is forbidden at all times throughout the duration of this flight. For a more in depth look at what devices may or may not be used, please look within our complimentary magazine.

Air New Zealand is a non-smoking airline. All lavatories and fitted with smoke detectors. Tampering with, destroying of, or smoking whilst on-board with us today will result in a hefty fine.

You will find all this safety information on the emergency card located in your seatback pocket. We strongly recommended you take it out before we depart and read over it.
If you have any questions please dont hesitate to ask one of our Flight Attendants.

On behalf of all the crew flying today, we are looking forward to serving you on this flight. We hope that you experience The Worlds Warmest Welcome and thankyou for choosing to fly Air New Zealand.

Hope that helps..give me a yell if you want some other annoncements made inflight...

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RE: Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 8:26 pm

Airnewzealand, would you mind posting the welcome and goodbye announcements as well?...thanks...
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 10:25 pm


if I remember correctly, somewhere at the start of the announcement NZ will have something like "we hope you would pay attention to the safety video as each aircraft type is unqiue.......blah blah".

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RE: Saftety Announcements

Tue Aug 06, 2002 11:56 pm

Jubes/Mike.. at the beginning of the speil, NZ says.. 'Even if you're one of our most frequent travellers, please pay attention to the safety demonstration, as each aircraft type has unique safety features'.
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Wed Aug 07, 2002 4:07 am

United 757 Video Demo:

"Where ever we fly, when ever we fly, we take special care to insure your safety, and that is why as part of our flight preparation, we would like to ask that you pay attention to the following safety announcements, and we thank you for flying the friendly skies."

"Hello and Welcome Aboard. By now your carry on items should be stowed in an overhead compartment, or under the seat infront of you. In preparation for take off, please bring your seat back upright, lower your headrest and put your tray table away."

"Also, you will need to fasten your seat belt low and tight across your lap. Insert the metal fitting into the buckle, tighted by pulling on the loose end of the strap and release by lifting the face plate of the buckle. When the seatbelt sign is illuminated, please be seated with your seatbelt fastened. We strongly recomend that while you are seated, to please keep your seatbelt fastened at all times, even if the captain turns the seatbelt sign off to protect yourself from any unexpected turbulence."

"In the event of a loss in cabin pressure, an oxygen mask will drop from the compartment above your seat. To start the flow of oxygen reach up and pull the mask towards you. Place the cup of the mask over your nose and mouth, and slip the elastic band over the back of your head. To tighten the fit, pull the loose straps infront. Although the bag does not inflate, oxygen is flowing to your mask. Be sure to secure your own mask before assisting others. A uniformed crew member will tell you when the masks are no longer needed.

"On the 757, there are 6 exit doors. There are also 4 window exits located over the wings. Lighting will guide you. Each exit is marked with a lighte sign over head. Please take a moment to locate the exits nearest you, keeping in mind that the closest usable exit may be behind you.

"To open the exit, turn the large handle in the direction of the arrow, or pull down on the marked handles. An evacuation slide will automatically inflate. Jump on to the slide with your legs straight infront leaving all personal belongings behind. Once you have cleared the bottom of the slide, move away from the aircraft.

Before opening any exit, check for fire, smoke, or debris and obstructions. Direct passengers to other exits."

"Additionally, you seat is equiped with a flotable coushin for the use in the event of a water landing. Pull it up, and slip your arms through the straps. Hug the coushin to your chest."

"We would like to encourage everyone to review the safety information card, which can be found in the seat pocket infront of your."

"United Airlines is a non-smoking airline. Federal law prohibits the tampering with, disabling of, or destrying a smoke dector placed in an aircrafts lavitory.
Passenger compliance with the seat belt and no smoking signs, as well as all other lighted signs, placards and crew member instructions is required."

"As you know, many of the items in the overhead compartments is heavy, and may tend to shift during the flight, so please take care when opening all overhead compartments. On behalf of everyone here at United Airlines, we would like to thank you for your attention, and thank you for flying the friendly skies."

-----Music and credits----
For more information, please review your safety information card.
If you have any questions please ask a Flight Attendant.
United Airlines

----------Video Ends-------

Ok...that is from memory. I think I've seen that video enough these past few years.

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RE: Saftety Announcements

Wed Aug 07, 2002 6:13 am

The following is the Delta cabin safety video announcement on the L-1011, before they went to the "kindergarden" version of the video that they use now.

Welcome aboard Delta Air Lines. The most important service that we can provide for you is to ensure your safety.

Please pay close attention to the following important safety information.

Be certain you have stowed all carry on items under a seat or in an overhead bin. Heavier items should be placed under a seat. Use caution if you open the overhead bins, and please close them securely. 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 15 may not sit in an exit seat. If you are seated in an exit seat and do not meet these requirements or do not wish to sit there, please notify a flight attendant at this time. Cellular phones may only be used while the aircraft is at the gate. All cellular phones must be turned off and stowed when the boarding door is closed. Certain electronic devices may not be used on board at any time. Approved electronic devices, listed in the inflight information section of Sky Magazine, may be used when advised by crewmembers. Please discontinue the use of all electronic devices at this time, and be certain that tray tables, footrests, and video units are properly stowed. Smoking is not allowed on any Delta aircraft, and federal law prohibits tampering with, disabling, or destroying a lavatory smoke detector. Lighted signs are visible throughout the cabin, and federal regulations require you to comply with all signs and crewmember instructions. To fasten your seatbelt, place the metal tip into the buckle and tighten the strap so that it fits low and tight across your hips. To release, lift the top of the buckle. During the flight, the fasten seat belt sign may be turned off; however, for your safety, we require that you keep your seatbelt fastened at all times. If cabin pressure should change, panels above your seat will open, revealing oxygen masks. Reach up and pull the mask toward you. Place it over your nose and mouth, and secure it with the elastic band that can be used to adjust the mask. The plastic bag will not fully inflate, although oxygen is flowing. Secure your own mask first before helping others. Exits on the L-1011 are eight doors, four on each side of the aircraft. Each door is equipped with a detachable slide, six of which can be used as a raft. The two rear doors are equipped with slides that can be used for flotation. An addition raft is located in an aft compartment. If there is a loss of electrical power, emergency lighting near the floor will illuminate. White lights lead to red lights, and exit signs, which indicate the exit. Please take a moment to locate the two nearest exits, keeping in mind that the closest exits may be behind you. Life vests are located beneath or between your seat. Remove the vest from the pouch by pulling on the tab. Place the vest over your head, and fasten the straps to the front of the vest. Adjust the straps loosely around your waste. As you leave the aircraft, inflate the vest by pulling down on the red tabs, or manually inflate by blowing into the tubes on either side. A light can be activated in the water by pulling down on the tab in front. We recommend you review all of this safety information which can be found in the passenger safety information card located in your seat pocket. To prepare for takeoff, please bring your seat back upright. At this time, flight attendants will be picking up any remaining beverage items.

We appreciate your attention. On behalf of all Delta employees worldwide, thank you for flying with us.
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Wed Aug 07, 2002 7:39 am



Ladies and Gentlemen. May I have your attention please. On behalf of the commander I must inform you that:
Due to a technical fault we are forced to make an emergency landing on land/ on water in about .... minutes.
We are proceeding towards the nearest airfield/ ship/ coast and we have informed the rescue services. We are carrying all the necessary survival equipment and the cabin crew members will tell you how to use it. Please remain seated, keep calm and follow the cabin crew members instructions carefully.


Ladies and Gentlemen, this is your senior cabin crew member speaking. Further to the commander's announcement, please keep calm and carry out the following preparations:

- Remove the lifejacket from under your seat, put it on, but do not inflate it.
- Remove your shoes.
-Remove ties, and sharp objects, open collars.
-Place your seatback in fully upright position and fasten the seat belt tightly.
-We shall be distributing blankets, clothing and pillows for impact protection, and we will show you how to brace for impact.
-You will brace for impact when the "Fasten seat belt" or "No smoking" sign flashes, or when ordered to do so by the commander.
-Please remain in brace-for-impact position until the aeroplane comes to a complete stop and only then proceed to the emergency exits as directed by the cabin crew members.
-Please note that the crew will wear red lifejackets.
-Additional information you will find in the safety-on-board instructions in the seat pocket in front of you.


Bend down and hold your knees.


Emergency - open seat belt - put lifejacket on - evacuate.


Doors 1, 2, 4: Evacuate - jump and slide.

Doors 3: Evacuate - run and slide.

To the first passengers: Assist on ground.
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Wed Aug 07, 2002 5:41 pm

I have all announcements in Norwegian and English for Braathens airline.
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RE: Saftety Announcements

Wed Aug 07, 2002 6:00 pm

well, here's a european one, FlyBE British European's for the CRJ-100 aircraft.

"We remind you that FlyBE operate a no smoking policy, all portable telephones must remain switched off, but if you wish to use other electronic equipment, please do so provided the seat belt signs are not illuminated. Your Cabin Crew today are ......... and......... we are on board for your comfort, but, primarily your safety, we will now demonstrate the safety features of this aircraft"

"please study the safety card and note the brae position to be adopted in the case of an emergency landing."

"there are four exits on board, two located at the front of the cabin, one either side, and two overwing exits to the rear of the cabin, please take a moment to locate your nearest exit, bearing in mind it may be behind you"

"if Oxygen is required, masks will drop down from the panel above your head, please do not smoke. Pull the mask towards you, this activates the oxygen supply, place over your nose and mouth and breathe normally. Fit your own mask before helping someone else"

"the seat belt is fastned, adjusted, and unfastened like this"

"your life jacket is under your seat. If required, remove the jacket from its container and pass it over your head, cross these tapes at the back, bring to the LEFT side and tie underneath the jacket in a double not. DO NOT inflate the jacket until you are outside the aircraft, the jacket is inflated by pulling down sharply on the red toggle. If you need more air, blow into this tube. Your life jacket has a light and whistle for attracting attention, we also carry childrens flotation equipment"

"if you are instructed to leave the aircraft urgently, the emergency floor guidance system will guide you to your nearest exit, you must leave all your personal belongings behind"

"in preperation for take off, please ensure your tray tables and seat backs are upright, with the center armrest down, and all hand luggage is placed under the seat in front of you. May i take this opportunity to thank you for your attention, and wish you a pleasant flight"



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RE: Saftety Announcements

Fri Aug 09, 2002 5:25 pm

Woops....missed that part out in the announcement..silly Mikey...LOl...Anyways.,..here is some more for you...
And to SRA330..
That was very nice of you to post that..i have always been interested in what the cabin crew say upon emergency landings!! Cheers,,

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome on-board AirNewZealand today. In order for a ontime pushback we would please ask that you stow your carry-on luggage in the overhead bins, or heavier objects underneath the seats in front of you. Please also fasten your seatbelts. Can we also please ask that you make sure your seat is ready for take-off, with your footrests, tray tables and seatbacks in their full up-right positions. Thankyou.

Door closure...
Ladies and gentlemen on behalf of the entire crew flying with us today, we would like to welcome you onboard this Air New Zealand aircraft. the captain has turned on the fasten seatbelt sign which means you must be seated with your seatbelts securely fastened.

If you are seated in an emergency exit row please read carefully the special instructions card by your seat. If you donot wish to perform the functions described in the event of an evacuation, please ask a Flight Attendant to reseat you.
At this time we also request that you have all electronic devices turned off until I make an announcement that it is now safe to use such devices.

My name is _______ and i shall be your Puser (lead Flight Attendant). We shall be flying at an altitude of _____ and at a speed of ________. The duration of the flight today shall be _______. If you do have any queries before one of the Flgiht Attendants shuts the door, please donot hesitate to ask one of our flight attendants spread out throughout the cabin(s). Thankyou for your attention.
Flight attendants, please prepare for gate departure..(or...arm and crosscheck cabin doors..).

Just before safety demonstration...
ladies and Gentlemen, i would like to direct your attention to the TV monitors spread out throughout the cabins. We will know be playing the safety demonstartion specific to this aircraft.
For the next few moments, can we please have your full devoted attention. Thankyou.
Flight attendants, please take your positions throughout the cabin for the safety demonstration.

Safety demonstration...
As posted before...

Before Take-off....
Flight Attendants, pleae take one last look through your cabin, and prepare for take-off. or sometimes...Flight Attendants, prepare for take-off.

Ascent (climb)...
Ladies and gentlemen, the captain has turned off the fasten seatbelt sign and you are now clear to move about the cabin, but please do use caution when opening the overhead bins as the contents may of shifted during the take-off. You may now turn on your laptops, CD players and electronic calculators..(It is now safe to turn on your electronic devices)
Right now the cabin crew are coming throughout the cabins distributing complimentary beverages and hot towels. Right now all the crew onboard would like you to sit back, relax and enjoy the flight with us.
If you do need any assistant throughout the flight, please donot hesitate to press the Flight attendant call bell, located on the side of your armrest. Thank you.

Ladies and gentlemen we have started our descent.
In preparation for landing could we have your seat in the landing position. This consists of your tray tables, seatbacks, and footrests in their full and upright positions. Could we please have your carry-on luggage in the over head bins and have your seatbelt fastened securely.
The cabin crew onboard today shall be passing throughout the cabins to collect the headphones, any last remaining trash you may have or to help with luggage. Thankyou for your attention.
Flight attendants please secure your cabins for landing thankyou.

Final approach...
Ladies and gentlemen we are now 5mins out from the airport. Could you please check one last time that your seatbelt is securely fastened and that all electronic devices are turned to the 'off' positions, and stowed. Thankyou.
Flight attendants, please take your seats for landing.

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, welcome to ________. Local time is______ and current temperature _________.
For the safety and comfort of yourself and other passengers, we ask that you please remain seated with your seatbelts fastened until we have reached our gate, and the capatin has turned off the seatbelt sign.
Upon de-boarding the aircraft we ask that you please check you have all your luggage you bought on board with you. Please also do use caution when opening the overhead bins as the contents may of shifted during the landing.
On behalf of the crew today, we have had a pleasure serving you, and we hope that Air New Zealand has lived up to your expectations. We are looking forward to seeing you on a future flight with us.
Please enjoy your stay in ______.
Flight attendants, prepare for gate arrival.

And there we have it.
Remember, AirNZ have since made some changes to their announcements i have been told. But these are the basic outlines of them.

Hope they help

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