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Welcome aboard your Aloha Airlines Boeing 737 flight bound for Kahului, Maui.
At this time, please place your seat backs and tray tables to the full upright and locked position, and be sure that all hand-carried articles are stowed under the seat in front of you.
Your seat belt may be fastened by inserting the clip into the buckle. To release, simply lift up on the buckle. Now please fasten your seat belt, low and tight, across your lap. To tighten your belt, pull on the loose end.
A card located near your seat will acquaint you with the safety features of this aircraft. We recommend that you review the illustrated card for instructions in the use of the equipment.
There are six (6) emergency exits – 2 forward, 2 center (over the wings) and 2 aft. A floor lighting system (-700: An aisle path lighting system) and overhead signs will help you to locate these exits.
The aircraft is pressurized for your comfort. If there should be a change of cabin pressure, oxygen masks will drop from the panel above your seat. Should this happen, pull the mask down sharply, cover your nose and mouth, and slip the elastic band over your head. Oxygen will be flowing although the bag may not inflate. If you are traveling with a child, put on your mask first, then assist your child. Breathe normally, keeping the mask in place, until further advised.
As your safety card indicates, an individual life vest is provided in a pouch beneath your seat. Your vest is worn by pulling it on over your head, grasping the back straps and attaching them to the clips in front. To tighten, pull the straps away from you. Do not inflate your vest inside the aircraft. This aircraft is also equipped with flotation seat cushions.
Welcome Once again, please fasten your seat belts securely, and continue to observe the SEAT BELT/NO SMOKING signs when they are illuminated. Federal Aviation Regulations require your compliance with the lighted signs, posted placards and crewmember instructions.
Smoking is prohibited aboard Aloha's interisland flights. Federal law also prohibits tampering, disabling or destroying the smoke detector in the lavatory.
As a reminder, portable electronic devices are not permitted for use onboard the aircraft as they may interfere with our navigation and communication systems.
Your flight today is under the command of Captain XXX X. XXX. Serving you in the cabin are XXX, XXX, and XXX speaking.
We hope you will enjoy your flight with us, and if we may be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to call on us by pushing on the button located in the panel above you. Mahalo (Thank you).