IFE Services, one of the world’s leading in-flight entertainment (IFE) suppliers, has just produced Corsair‘s new aircraft safety film.
The fully customised safety film has been produced for the French airline’s fleet of A330-200s, A300-300s and B747-400s to inform passengers about vital safety information such as the use of seatbelts, oxygen masks, life jackets, emergency exits and evacuation procedures.
The animated film, which combines 2D and 3D techniques, has been produced in French and English with sign language also included. It will play prior to take-off on the aircraft’s audio visual on-demand (AVOD) seat back screens.
IFE Services already currently meets Corsair’s in-flight entertainment needs. France’s second largest airline operates scheduled flights to the French West Indies, Reunion, Mauritius, Mayotte, Madagascar, Canada, Senegal and the Dominican Republic.
IFE Services has produced over 50 safety films for airlines of all sizes globally.
"We’re very proud of this new safety film for our client, Corsair," said Andy McEwan, CEO of IFE Services. "We have a very talented creative team able to produce a wide variety of different graphic styles for airlines wherever they operate in the world. This latest safety film fits perfectly with Corsair’s stylish and sophisticated branding."
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