A Journey to Safety – #AirNZSafetyVideo

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Rudders check, engine check. You guys ready? Take off vrrrrmmm… Are you lost little guy? Kia ora Janey, we hear you’ve found a takahē? Yeah, he needs a safe place to live. Well, New Zealand’s wildlife is super important to us. We fly thousands of native birds to sanctuaries all over the country with our friends from the Department of Conservation. But Mr T doesn’t know how to fly. In that case we’re gonna need your help. Come on Mr T! You ready? Over to you guys. Thanks Janey. Kia ora and welcome aboard this Air New Zealand flight. It’s important you obey all crew member instructions,
placards and illuminated signs. All loose items should be stowed in the overhead locker
or under the seat in front of you. If the seatbelt sign lights up… …return to your seat and buckle up. Seatbelts fit low and tight across your hips. Keep them on throughout the flight. If you need to get up, simply lift the lever like so. Takahē were almost extinct Mr T. We’ll find you somewhere safe… …like the Murchison Mountains. It’s one of only a few places in the world where you’ll find… …Takahē! In the wild! If you need some air, oxygen masks will fall from above. Make sure you’ve got your own mask on
before helping children or those less able. Bye! Wait for me! Bye! There’s now over 400 takahē thanks to places like Tiritiri Matangi. It’s a breeding sanctuary. You might meet a Mrs T …Or a Mr T? Your life jacket is within easy reach. We’ve got life jackets for all sizes, even infants. If we need to evacuate the aircraft,
emergency escape path lighting will show you the way to the exit. What about Sanctuary Mountain Maungatautari? Mr T? Where are you? Squawk! Mr T? Just like our sanctuaries, smoking is not allowed anywhere on this flight,
including the lavatories. Using and charging e-cigarettes is also prohibited. Lightweight handheld electronic devices can be used at any time
but must be switched to flight mode first. Stow larger items in the overhead locker or
in a bag underneath the seat in front. If you lose your device in the seat,
please call your Flight Attendant for help. For more information,
have a look at the safety card in the seat pocket in front of you, or ask your Flight Attendant. Janey, Air New Zealand’s here. Kia ora Janey. We can’t wait for Mr T to meet his new whānau. I’ll miss you too Mr T. To all our passengers, feathered and human,
thanks for flying Air New Zealand. Let’s keep working together to protect our beautiful Aotearoa. So, where to next? Everyone buckle up!

 

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