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Color Codes Of Delta's Newest Safety Cards

Wed Nov 12, 2008 4:36 pm

I was wondering, does anyone know what color codes does Delta currently used on the newest safety cards (the ones with the red covers) for the following aircraft types?

  • MD-90 (v3)
  • 737-700 (v1)
  • 767-300ER(G) (ex-Gulf Air, v5)
  • 777-200LR (v1)

    The reason why I ask is because I would like to know what color codes are used for these aircraft types on the newest saftey cards. While some of the newest safety cards use the same color codes as the old ones, others use a different color.

    The colors that I know about are:

  • MD-88 - Slate gray (v3)
  • 737-800 - Yellow (same as old color, v3)
  • 757-200 Domestic - Light aquamarine (v4)
  • 757-200ER International - Lilac (v1)
  • 767-300 Domestic - White (same as old color, v4)
  • 767-300ER - Tan (v5)
  • 767-400ER - Gold (same as old color, v4)
  • 777-200ER - Green (v3)
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    RE: Color Codes Of Delta's Newest Safety Cards

    Thu Nov 13, 2008 3:02 am

    There are no 737-700 specific aircraft. They are rolling out new 737 safety cards that are used on both the 737-700 and 737-800 aircraft. They are simply labeled "737" and show two exit configurations in the diagrams.

    I was just on an MD90 but can't remember the color, think it might have been beige or light tan? Nor sure.
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    RE: Color Codes Of Delta's Newest Safety Cards

    Thu Nov 13, 2008 4:17 am



    Quoting Alitalia744 (Reply 1):
    There are no 737-700 specific aircraft. They are rolling out new 737 safety cards that are used on both the 737-700 and 737-800 aircraft. They are simply labeled "737" and show two exit configurations in the diagrams.

    So this is just like how Southwest does it on their entire 737 fleet. However, if Delta will have a single safety card for their entire 737 fleet, perhaps Delta should do the same with the domestic 763s and 763ERs.

    Quoting Alitalia744 (Reply 1):
    I was just on an MD90 but can't remember the color, think it might have been beige or light tan? Nor sure.

    I know that the old color was pink, however, it could have changed after the new safety card designs were introduced.
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    RE: Color Codes Of Delta's Newest Safety Cards

    Thu Nov 13, 2008 4:51 pm



    Quoting 1337Delta764 (Reply 2):
    So this is just like how Southwest does it on their entire 737 fleet.

    Well, for WN, everything's essentially the same except the NG's overwing exits opening up instead of being taken out and thrown away. Maybe more like Allegiant Air and their use of one safety card for all MD-80 variants, even the MD-87.
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    RE: Color Codes Of Delta's Newest Safety Cards

    Sat Nov 15, 2008 6:12 pm

    The new 737 cards are a medium blue color, if I remember right. I saw one in August on a 738 but can't remember exactly what color they are.
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    RE: Color Codes Of Delta's Newest Safety Cards

    Sat Nov 15, 2008 7:35 pm



    Quoting 1337Delta764 (Thread starter):
    737-800 - Yellow (same as old color, v3)

    On my trip to BDA, they were red.
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    RE: Color Codes Of Delta's Newest Safety Cards

    Sun Nov 16, 2008 2:51 am

    Quoting UltimateDelta (Reply 5):
    On my trip to BDA, they were red.

    You are talking about the main color of the safety card's cover, however, on the upper right corner, there is a small colored area with the revision number of the card.

    Yellow was the color code used for the 738 safety cards introduced last year, however, now that Delta has introduced a single common safety card for the 73G and 738, the color is now a medium blue.

    I wonder, with the new 737 safety cards, what is the revision number? The previous revision number for the 738 safety cards was 3, however, I don't know if the new 737 safety cards have a revision number of 4 or does it start over with revision 1.

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