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Knight stars in Air Malta’s new animated safety video

Date: Wednesday, 03 September 2014
Ref: 073-2014 EN


An animated knight is the star of Air Malta’s new in-flight safety video which has been rolled out recently onboard the airline’s Airbus A320 and A319 aircraft fleets.


In line with other international airlines, Air Malta did away with its usual on-board safety video in favour of a more creative clip to inform passengers about the safety features of the aircraft.  

“Safety is our top priority. This year we decided to refresh our safety video to make it more captivating to our audience, by striking a friendlier tone. Using a charismatic Knight of St John allowed us to continue following Air Malta’s focus of becoming a destination airline, Ambassador and guide to what the Maltese islands can offer whilst highlighting another proud element of Malta’s heritage,” said Chief Officer CargoSystems and Cabin Crew, Manuel Agius. 



The video is aimed at informing all passengers onboard Air Malta flights about the safety features of the aircraft. The cartoon knight, clad in silver armour, goes through all the procedures that ensure safety aboard.

The knight first plays out basic safety procedures which detail baggage placement and how to fasten one’s seat belts. More information then follows about what to do in case of an emergency, indicating the location of emergency exits and how to use life jackets and oxygen masks.

The video also features Air Malta’s recently approved regulation to allow mobile phones and tablets to be left on flight mode throughout the entire duration of the flight. 




The in-flight safety video onboard the Airbus A319 can be viewed here:

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