First Look: Delta’s New “Internet” Safety Video

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Delta just released their newest safety video, with a similar style to their previous videos, though this one is more focused on some past internet sensations and technology. Similar to past videos, it appears that this was filmed on a A330 aircraft. We also get a quick appearance from Deltalina.

Here’s a preview of the new video which will be rolling out on flights starting early next week:

Bottom Line

Cheers to Delta for their latest innovative safety video. Overall, I think there are some funny parts in here and you may recognize from people as well as fads from from the internet while watching.

Check it out and let me know what you think!

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  1. Some jokes are harder to get, compared to the 80s themed safety video. Also, the aircraft filmed is A330 but the aircraft with the lifeboats on the computer screen says B757…

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