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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