Delta: Flight Safety Video

In-flight gets fun.

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Delta jumps on the creative in-flight safety video bandwagon with cheesy, yet adorable, films created out of Wieden & Kennedy New York. Sprinkled liberally with funny little moments -- include an Abe Lincoln cameo -- the films come in many versions, all directed by Matt Aselton. The modular approach means passengers may see different videos every time they fly, which might mean they actually pay attention to them.

While cute, the videos have nothing on Air New Zealand's incredibly innovative safety demo videos, which are currently running with a Hobbittheme. In the past, that airline has featured nude flight attendants and Richard Simmons.

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Nov 14, 2012
Wieden & Kennedy New York
Executive Creative Director:
Scott Vitrone
Executive Creative Director:
Ian Reichenthal
Creative Director:
Sean McLaughlin
Creative Director:
John Parker
Rob Munk
Art Director:
Alan Buchanan
Head of Content Production:
Lora Schulson
Cheryl Warbrook
Account Team:
Dipal Shah
Account Team:
Meghan Mullen
Director of Business Affairs:
Quentin Perry
Production Company:
Arts & Sciences
Matt Aselton
Executive Producer:
Marc Marrie
Managing Director:
Mal Ward
Line Producer:
Dina Oberley
Director of Photography:
Corey Walter
Editorial Company:
Mackenzie Cutler
Ian Mackenzie
Post Producer:
Sasha Hirschfeld
Editorial Assistant:
Valerie Sachs
VFX Comapny:
The Mill
VFX Lead Flame:
Randy McEntee
VFX Compositor:
Mark French
VFX Flame Artist:
Brendan O'Neil
Charlotte Arnold
Telecine Company:
Company 3
Tim Masick
Mix Company:
Mackenzie Cutler
Sound Designer:
Sam Shaffer
Black Iris
Musical Artist:
Clean Teef

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