Delta videos: Gags, with serious safety message
- December 15, 2012 - 2:42 PM
Delta Air Lines Inc. has unveiled two humorous safety videos, apparently the first by a major U.S. airline. The videos include a robot passenger that turns itself off before takeoff, a warning sign prohibiting squash onboard and a passenger with two left feet, among other gags. Delta said the videos are designed to get the attention of frequent fliers who have seen dozens of airline safety presentations. "The purpose of the video is very serious," said Mauricio Parise, Delta's general manager of marketing and communications. "But we want to make sure people are not disconnected with the message." See the videos on Delta's YouTube channel.
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