A New British Airways Safety Video Is Out: Comic Relief Take 2

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British Airways has released a new safety video which follows on from the video currently being shown on board. Like its predecessor, the new British Airways safety video features a cast of British TV and movie stars all pitching in on behalf of Comic Relief and BA’s Flying Start charity.

While the curerent BA safety video starred the likes of Sir Ian McKellen, Gillian Anderson and Chiwetel Ejiofor the latest video, due to appear on board from July, offers up Sir Michael Caine, Joanna Lumley Naomi Harris and more.

Here’s what BA had to say about its latest release…..

As with the first instalment, the new film brings together a collection of Britain’s most-admired celebrities to create a humorous video, while also helping customers take in important safety information.

The video promotes Flying Start, the global charity partnership between British Airways and Comic Relief which has supported over half a million children across the UK and some of the world’s poorest communities since launching in 2010.

The video will debut on short-haul routes from “late July” and on long-haul routes from the beginning of August.

Right, enough narration from me…here’s the new safety video:

If you haven’t seen or don’t remember the current video which this one is replacing you can watch it on YouTube here.

For a bit of added humor here’s a “behind the scenes” look at the safety video that’s currently playing on board.

Harmless fun for a Friday 🙂