Um dia destes andava pelo Airliners.net e notei que algum do pessoal pedia em texto a demonstração de segurança falada na British Airways nomeadamente e Ryanair, easyJet, etc. Consegui achar a gravação da demonstração de segurança e coloquei-a em texto (quando não há nada para fazer
Eu sei que falta uma frase que ela diz no fim mas não consegui apanhar por causa do sotaque irlandês.
----------------------Ryanair - Safety Demo
Ladies and gentleman, you are very welcome onboard this Ryanair flight.
May we have your attention while the cabin crew point out some of the safety features onboard this Boeing 737-800 series aircraft.
On this aircraft there are 8 emergency exits which of which is marked with a red exit sign.
Floor low-power markings running along the cabin aisle will illuminate in darkness and guide you to the nearest exit in an emergency.
There are 4 main doors, 2 at the front, 1 left and 1 right. 2 doors at the rear of the cabin 1 left and 1 right.
There are 4 over wing exits in the center of the cabin 2 left and 2 right.
Please note the nearest exit to you, could may be behind you.
To fasten your seatbelt insert the metal end into the buckle. To secure, pull underneath end of the strap and to open lift the buckle cover.
In the event of sudden loss of cabin pressure individual oxygen masks will automatically drop from the panel above your head.
If this happens, remain seated and pull down firmly one mask to start the flow of oxygen.
Place the mask over your nose and mouth and breathe normally.
Secure the mask, using the strap and adults traveling with young children, please attend to your own mask first.
Your life jacket is stowed in the corner beneath your seat or panel above your head.
In the unlikely event of landing on water remove the jacket from its package and place it over your head.
Bring the strap around your waist and clip at the front of the jacket as the crew and I am demonstrating.
To secure, pull underneath end of the strap, to inflate the life jacket pull down sharply on the red toggle.
There is a piece for further inflation or deflation and a light to attract attention.
Do not inflate your life jacket inside the cabin as to do so will impede your exit.
Further information may be found on the inflight safety card.
Which is displayed within the area you are seated. Your captain invites you to read this card carefully before departure. Before departure we are asking you to ensure you seatbelt is securely fastened your tray table is up and on lock position, arm rests down and window blinds fully opened.
Locked up computers and electronic devices may be used on board but only when in airborne and after the fasten seatbelt sign has been switched off.
Ladies and gentleman we would like to thank you your attention and we wish you a pleasant flight.
--------------easyJet - Safety Demo
Ladies and gentlemen, we'd like to ask for everyone's attention, even if you are a frequent flyer, let we take you through the safety features of our Airbus Aircraft.
In your seat pocket is a safety card, indicating the exit crews, oxygen masks and life jackets.
It also shows the brace position that you must adopt, if you hear the instruction "brace, brace".
There are 8 emergency exits.
2 doors at the rear of the cabin. 4 window exits in the center of the cabin and 2 doors at the front. Low level lighting will guide you to an exit.
Please take time to locate your nearest exit. Don't forget that the nearest suitable exit may be behind you.
In the unlikely event of having to use an escape slide, leave all hand baggage on board.
Your seatbelt is fastened, adjusted and released, show it.
Whenever the seatbelt signs are illuminated you must return to your seat and fasten your seatbelt. We recommend that you keep with your seatbelt fasten at all times while seated in case of unexpected turbulence.
If there's a failure in the air supply oxygen will be provided.
Masks like this will drop from the panels above you. Remain seated and pull a mask towards you. This will start the oxygen supply.
Place the mask over your nose and mouth and breathe normally.
Use the elastic straps to hold it in place. To adjust, pull the elastic straps in each side like this.
Remember to put your own mask before helping others with theirs.
A life jacket is stowed under your seat. In the events of landing on water and only when you're instructed to do so by the cabin crew remove it and place it over your head.
Pass the tapes around your waist. Click together. To adjust pull the strap like this.
Do not inflate your life jacket inside the aircraft. When you're outside the aircraft inflate it by pulling the toggle.
If the life jacket fails to inflate blow into this tube. There's a light and a whistle for attracting attention.
Remember not to inflate your life jacket until you are outside the aircraft.
We also carry life cars for babies and life jackets for infants.
Please now ensure that your seat back is upright, tray table is stowed, your arm rests are down and your seatbelt is fastened.
May we remind you that all electronic equipments must be switched off for take-off and landing.
Some devices may be used when airborne. Please check the in-flight magazine for more information.
Thank you for listening and we wish you a pleasant flight with easyJet.
----------------British Airways – Safety Demo
We’re now going to explain the safety procedures of our British Airways aircraft. The captain and the crew are here for your safety, It is important you pay attention and follow instructions carefully. First, check your seatbelt is securely fastened. Insert the metal tag onto the buckle and tighten, by pulling on the loose end. To unfasten, simple lift up the metal flap on the buckle, and pull apart. You’ll find your seatbelt sign on the panel above your head when it’s on, you must fasten your seatbelt. We’ll provide extension seatbelts for infants. We suggest you keep your seatbelt fastened and visible during our flight, even when the sign is off. Your life jacket, is underneath your seat. To use it, take it out of the container and place it over your head. Pass the tapes around your waist and tight them securely in the double bow at your side. Inflate your life jacket when you leave the aircraft. We will supply life cords for babies and life jackets for children. In the unlikely event of the aircraft having to make an emergency landing, you’ll be told to take this protective brace position. We will now explain how to leave the aircraft in an emergency. Move quickly to the closest usable exit taking nothing with you. High heeled shoes must be taken off as they may tear the evacuation slide. Emergency lighting including floor level lighting will help you find your way to the exits, these are clearly signed. There are 2 exits in the rear, 2 over wing exits on each side and 2 exits at the front of the aircraft. Your crew will now point out the exits nearest to you. To open the main doors, pull the large handles inwards and upwards; the over wing exits are opened by removing this cover and pulling the handle inwards and downwards. The hash should be ejected through the opening. Opening the doors and over wing exits automatically inflates the evacuation slides. The slides can also be inflated by pulling this handle on the main doors and this handle at the over wing exits. Jump onto the slide and move away from the aircraft. If the aircraft has landed on water you should leave by the over wing exits. Other exits may be opened if above the water line and the slides detach for use as floatation devices. As you leave the aircraft inflate your life jacket by pulling the red if necessary blow into this mouth piece to top up the air. The life jacket is fitted with a light and a whistle. Your oxygen mask is behind the panel just above your head. If the cabin air system should fail, this will be released. Stay in your seat and pull the mask towards you to open your supply. Please not that the bag does not inflate. Place above your mouth and nose and adjust the band to secure it, then breathe normally. Do make sure your own mask is correctly fitted before helping anyone else. All electronic devices including mobile phones must be switched off whenever the engines are running on the ground, during take-off, approach and landing. Please ensure your mobile phone and any devices that can send or receive calls or text messages remain off for the flight. Any items with a flight-safe mode should have this feature enabled now. Some electronic devices can be used once we’re airborne please check High Life magazine. Take care your hand baggage isn’t blocking the aisles or exits it must be put under the seat in front of you or in the overhead locker but place items in the locker carefully, as they may fall and injure someone. As we prepare for take-off please make sure that your tray table is put away, your seat is upright and your armrest is down. Finally, take a look at the safety card in the seat pocket. If you have any questions, please ask your crew. We hope you have a relaxed and enjoyable flight.