Delta’s Newest Safety Video: Throwback to the 80’s

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Delta released their newest safety video today which is a throwback to the 1980’s.

It seems like they like to constantly update their safety videos to keep them current as well as to encourage frequent fliers to still pay attention to them.

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This new video was filmed in Detroit on one Delta’s Boeing 777 aircraft.
Some fun facts about this video. It look over 100 people to film with 20 actors, 80 extras, six flight attendants and a pilot – dressed in ‘80s fashions such as authentic Delta flight attendant uniforms, leg warmers, hair scrunchies and neon colors. 
The video also features cameos from many favorite 80s stars, including basketball player Kareem Abdul Jabbar, TV character Alf, children’s toy Teddy Ruxpin and Gerald Casale, an original band member of the punk music band Devo.

You can watch it here or catch it on your next Delta flight.

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