We all miss that feeling of going somewhere – more so, overseas and for those really yearning for that travel feeling, there’s always the option of watching an onboard safety video, online! Air France unveiled its new boujie in-flight safety video showcasing the best of French culture, incorporating all the latest regulatory changes in force.


  • Two Air France cabin crew explain the safety instructions to passengers whilst travelling from one iconic French landmark to another.
  • It’s been six years since the last Air France safety video was released.
  • The in-flight safety video has been presented on all long-haul flights as from 1 March 2021.
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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.


The safety briefing ends at the top of the sparkling Eiffel Tower, where an Air France crew greets the airline’s customers. Watch it here.



This safety video has been adapted to all the various different Air France aircraft and cabin layouts.

Air France’s new on-board safety video is the perfect introduction to everything France has to offer. With a nod to fabulous French destinations, fashion and food, the video highlights everything tourists can expect from their visit to the country and so much more – when they’re comfortable to travel again. Staying true to the elegance of the brand, the video is the perfect introduction to a trip of a lifetime while also tastefully sharing important safety notices one should take note of ahead of their flight.

// General Manager Southern Africa Air France-KLM, Wouter Vermeulen


The video was produced by French director and scriptwriter Romain Quirot, with music, created especially for the occasion, by Ludovic Bource, a French composer who has won a César and an Oscar.


Let’s hope we get to watch this safety video, in the comfort of an Air France Business Class seat, bound for Paris, really soon!


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