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The Ethics Of Safety Cards

Mon Feb 26, 2001 2:22 am

Just out of curiosity, I'm wondering how people view the buying, selling, and trading of safety cards. On the one hand, it would be great to have them as memorabilia, but at the same time, aren't most of them stolen from the aircraft?
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RE: The Ethics Of Safety Cards

Mon Feb 26, 2001 3:15 am

I think it's kind of wrong. You steal a safety card from a plane, then try to sell it to someone. I could maybe see it if you steal one to keep for yourself but selling it doesn't seem right.
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RE: The Ethics Of Safety Cards

Mon Feb 26, 2001 4:50 pm

You don't need to steal nothing!

All safety cards that I took from aircrafts I first asked for them to the flight crew.

All companies have spare cards on their aircraft. Them just asked for one if you liked.

But do not remove from the seat without ask to the flight crew.


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RE: The Ethics Of Safety Cards

Mon Feb 26, 2001 7:44 pm

I think it is fine to take them and even sell them.
I also write to the airlines asking them for free cards to build up my growing collection. Sometimes if I have 2 of the same card then I sell or trade it.
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