PaxEx: Air France Unveils New In-Flight Safety Video
Air France passengers will be watching something new and exciting onboard as the airline has unveiled its new in-flight safety video, an elegant, lively, and fast-moving showcase of French culture.
Incorporating all the latest regulatory changes in force, this video symbolizes the essence of the Air France brand. It is an invitation to travel for everyone all over the world, where the airline declares its love of France and its lifestyle.
Two flight attendants explain the safety instructions to passengers from all walks of life, travelling together from one iconic landmark to another, places that highlight the best of France, to the tune of lively melodies, inspired by musicals.
In an instant, passengers are transported from the steps of the Opéra Garnier to the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, from the sunny French Riviera to the legendary Hotel Martinez.
The stroll continues through the vineyards of Provence, past museums, a fashion show, a typical French café terrace, and along the banks of the Seine and its famous booksellers. So many fascinating places just waiting to be discovered and admired.
The safety briefing ends at the top of the sparkling Eiffel Tower, where an Air France crew greets the airline's customers.
In this poetic tribute to the art of French-style travel, Air France seeks to capture everyone's attention in order to deliver its safety instructions in a joyful, elegant, and colourful video. Six years after the last video was released, this film is adapted to all the various different aircraft and cabin layouts.
The company developed this film with the creative talent of its new communications agency Aura by Omnicom and in partnership with Atout France, France's tourism development agency. The video was produced by French director and scriptwriter Romain Quirot.
The music, created especially for the occasion, was written by Ludovic Bource, a French composer who has won a César and an Oscar.
The new video is a musical stroll through the most famous places in France. It is also a film to watch on board Air France long-haul flights as from March 1st 2021. Watch the video trailer here.