Besides taking pictures of aircraft, I also collect the safety cards which you can find on board. You know those plastic or cardboard cards that say what to do in case of a crash-landing or ditching. Remember NEVER to panic ;-)
The list is sorted alphabetically on the name of the company. For each company, the ca rds have been sorted on 'Type'. To go to the thumbnails, click on one of the bars above. Then just click on a thumbnail to get a bigger picture. All dimensions are in centimeter. This list has been updated on 18/03/2018.
Earlier additions: added on March 17, 2018
Earlier additions: added on January 27, 2018
Earlier additions: added on January 21, 2018
Earlier additions: added on January 13, 2018
Earlier additions: added on January 7, 2018
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Earlier additions: added on January 2, 2018
With the beginning of the new year, I want to set myself some collecting targets:
Cards I am looking for (contact me if you have any of these for TRADE):
You know, sometimes those cards can be fun... Look for the humour in this image taken from the Air Finland 757-200 safety card.
It is also very interesting to see what the aircraft interior looks like. The next picture shows Berlusconi's A319CJ (Aeronautica Militare Italiana).
There is this awesome book about safety cards. It's called 'Design For Impact'. It takes you way back to the very beginning of the safety cards, to an era in aviation where men wore high hats and their women fancy dresses. It turns out that the first 'real' safety cards were introduced on board airplanes in the Thirties. They mostly consisted of written words, where today's cards only contain pictures and drawings. Anyway, if any of you is looking for an interesting book to read with a lot of pictures of old safety cards, then this is a 'must have'.
What do I hope to accomplish?
If you are interested, I have some spare cards. Just send me an email and I'm sure we can work something out.
A special word of gratitude goes to the most friendly crew of N757MA for their kindness. I hope you all may keep flying the globe for a very long time to come!