capt_smith
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What Are "safety Cards"?

Wed May 24, 2000 9:37 pm

Since I'm new to all of this, can anyone just give me a quick intro to the "safety cards". iow, what are they? Are they the plastic folders in the seat backs with the escape routes? Thanks!
 
Dazed767
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RE: What Are "safety Cards"?

Wed May 24, 2000 10:37 pm

Pretty close, they care the cards on the back of the seat that say "safety information for the Boeing 767" then on the inside it has diagrams on how to get out in an emergency etc.
 
deltairlines
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RE: What Are "safety Cards"?

Thu May 25, 2000 7:44 pm

Dazed767 is correct. The show you the exits on the aircraft, how to use lifevests, oxygen masks, etc., and what stuff (cell phones, etc.) yopu can't use on the plane.

Jeff
 
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RE: What Are "safety Cards"?

Fri May 26, 2000 4:33 am

There are alot of different safetycards out there which can give you a colorful collection

Continental, United, Delta, Aer Lingus ETC.

But they very rarely save your life but at least they give you a brief overview on what to do and where to go in the case of an emergency, they are especially needed on a B747, and any other Jumbo Jet. I like collecting them because each different airline has a different card.
 
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RE: What Are

Fri May 26, 2000 4:43 am

ATTN: Collectors

The First two people to E-Mail me will get a free Airtran Airways 717 Safetycard. The card was made 1/00 and is a Tannish Creme color. Hurry up. The First Two People will recieve a reply.
 
DeltaMD11
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RE: What Are "safety Cards"?

Fri May 26, 2000 5:50 am

I agree with SouthwestJG737. I collect the cards because they are not only "Colorful", but they are a true collectible. My most "Prized" card is a TWA L1011.

DeltaMD11
Too often we ... enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought. - John Fitzgerald Kennedy
 
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RE: What Are "safety Cards"?

Mon Jun 05, 2000 1:28 am

Can you take them out of the aircraft you fly on? Don't the janitors check the seats, I think they replace the safety card it it's missing but I'm not sure.
 
deltairlines
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RE: What Are "safety Cards"?

Tue Jun 06, 2000 4:13 am

You CAN take them out of the seats, but you shouldn't do it. These cards cost $5 per card to make. If you do take one, they will replace it but you shouldn't do it, as the cards say "Please do not remove from aircraft."

Jeff

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