Virgin America’s VX safety video is the best in-flight safety video ever
December 22, 2013 - Video
Getting through a long flight can be tough but luckily for us, airlines are making flight experiences more fun than ever before, but not all. As such, we need more airlines that provide a fun experience from take-off to landing. We need more Virgin Americas and fewer Frontier Airlines.
Instead of nickel and diming customers by masking fees as choices, Virgin America is busy improving customer experiences in a real way – they recently released an airline safety demonstration that unlike any other, and more importantly, can’t be ignored:
If you’ve ever been on an airplane, then you’ve glazed over the safety demonstration. It doesn’t help that the flight attendants are just as bored as you are when they’re going over them. Prior to Virgin’s #VXsafetyDance, flight safety instructions were the equivalent of reading the terms and conditions of … well, anything
The first time I came across Virgin’s video version, I couldn’t stop myself from watching it. Even while fully aware that all the singing, dancing, and rapping were about unlikely events, seat belts, flotation devices, air masks, and window exits, I enjoyed the creativity of it all.
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Despite the inherent uncoolness of the content, big kudos to Virgin for making what was an industry afterthought relevant. Now about those security checkpoints….
** Props to Virgin for including an Asian family during the video (where the daughter raps). Including Asians isn’t always a given. Bonus: The director of the video is Asian; Jon Chu directed Justin Bieber’s “Never Say Never,” “Step Up 2”, “Step Up 3D”, and “G.I. Joe: Retaliation”