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Air Canada has unveiled its first new inflight safety video in nearly seven-year taking passengers on a tour of some of Canada’s most scenic destinations. The video will be making its way onboard Air Canada flights in the near future and just in time for travel restrictions to be slightly eased for fully vaccinated Canadians.
“Air Canada’s new Ode to Canada safety video is a celebration of the best of Canada from coast-to-coast-to-coast,” explained the airline’s vice president of Brand, Andrew Shibata.
“Including our own uniformed employees who are responsible for the safety of every Air Canada flight, our new video presents all aircraft safety instructions in a compelling, associative way by drawing on some of our country’s most spectacular scenery and visually connecting viewers to each province and territory through all four seasons.”
Among the locations and places featured are: Newfoundland & Labrador’s Gros Morne National Park; Manitoba’s Little Limestone Lake; Yukon’s winter; Ontario’s social hospitality; Northwest Territories’ Northern Lights; Nunavut’s vast expanse; Prince Edward Island’sCavendish Beach; Alberta’s foothills; BC’s North Shore mountains; Saskatchewan’s wheat fields; Quebec’s art and culture experiences; Nova Scotia’s Lunenburg; New Brunswick’s Hopewell Cape.
Production on the new video went ahead despite a turbulent year of the airline which saw nearly half of Air Canada’s flight attendants temporarily laid off because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Continuing restrictions threaten the airline’s recovery although a taxpayer-backed bailout has gone some way to help Air Canada.
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