Monday, 19 December 2016

Day 3: Safety First

Safety is number one when traveling, no matter what vehicle or how long you're traveling. In this case my vehicle is a plane, an Air New Zealand plane. From Auckland to Japan which is a 10 hour and 50 minute ride. 

On a plane you MUST have your seat-belt on when you see the seat- belt light on. No matter what you MUST have your seat-belt on. If you have any phones of devices make sure to put it on airplane mode as Wi-fi is unavailable on a plane, but you can use Bluetooth. Make sure those small devices are kept in your clothing or in your care-on bags... Also if you're a bag is with you and the plane starts just put it under the seat in front of you.

If your plane is falling down fast then put your feet firm on the ground and lean your head on the seat in front of you... If there isn't a seat in front of you then place both of your hands on you head and stay calm.

For more information check out the Air New Zealand safety videos:
Air New Zealand Men In Black video
Air New Zealand Safety in Hollywood’ video


  1. Kia ora Jessica,

    WOW! A lot of information. Yes you should always have you seat belt on! I be gald to hear more from you in the future!

    From Prudence =)

    1. Kia ora Jessica,

      I completely agree with Prudence. This is a lot of great information. You do need to make sure that you wear your seatbelt and that you switch your device into airplane mode as soon as you board the plane. Apparently, using regular Wi-Fi on an airplane can interfere with the plane's operating systems and cause huge problems. Yikes!

      I hope that you enjoyed watching the two Air New Zealand safety videos. I particularly like the 'Men in Black' video. What about you?