Air New Zealand’s new 777-300ER safety video

Ah, Air New Zealand. They’ve been awfully innovative lately, be it with their new B777-300ER advertising, or their rugby-themed 737 safety video. Well, now they just released the safety video for their new B777-300ER aircraft, and it also includes Rico, the same furry guy found in the advertisements above. Check out the safety video here:

While the safety video isn’t as edgy as Cebu Pacific’s safety demonstration, it’s still quite entertaining.

Comments

  1. Wow, you don’t need to be in an upright position for take off and landing in business class on ANZ? That’s awesome.

  2. @Helixcardinal.
    No, it’s not required.
    I was told by a SQ leading steward that the reason is pretty simple. The seat is not longitudinale to the aircraft, rather oblique and therefore there’s no such a requirement.

    Cheers.

  3. That’s pretty cool, being able to keep the seat at any position in C! Looks like a pretty nice C product. I’d definitely like to try it some time..

  4. That’s pretty cool, being able to keep the seat at any position in C! Looks like a pretty nice C product. I’d definitely like to try it some time..

  5. Yes, I remember from my flights on Air New Zealand a few years back that you don’t need to have the seat in the upright position, which is indeed pretty cool. That being said, I actually found Air New Zealand’s business class seats to be among the most comfortable out there when in the upright position.

  6. I enjoyed this video a little bit, but I preferred the 737 safety video. The one thing I will give Air New Zealand Credit for is keeping their safety videos current with their advertising campaigns.

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