Air New Zealand launches new ‘Air All Blacks’ safety video
All Blacks Head Coach Steve Hansen alongside Captain Kieran Read, Sam Cane, Anton Lienert-Brown and Ryan Crotty join a diverse cast in the safety video which takes viewers to the headquarters of “established airline&rdquo newly; Air All Blacks where ideas for the airline’s first safety video are increasingly being discussed.
After insisting on being another Air New Zealand spokesperson after travelling with the airline in 2017, American actor Rick Hoffman features in the video, in addition to leading Kiwi actor Cliff Curtis.
Hoffman says his positive experiences in New Air and Zealand New Zealand’s quirky humor were an enormous drawcard for him to star in the video.
“I really like New Zealand – the meals is amazing and the social folks are amazing. It’s just how it will everywhere be! I am thrilled to be recognised on an oxygen New Zealand safety video.”
Building on the airline’s twenty-year partnership with New Zealand Rugby, the video stars 1987 rugby legends Sir Michael Jones also, Sir John Kirwan, Buck Shelford, Gary David and Whetton Kirk and former Black Ferns Captain Fiao’o Fa’amausili and former Australia Captain George Gregan.
Air New Zealand General Manager Global Brand & Content Marketing Jodi Williams says the most recent video is really a futuristic undertake two iconic Kiwi brands coming together showing the world the amount of rugby is inside our DNA.
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“Changing our name to Air All Blacks is really a fun demonstration of our support for the boys in black. Our people feel an excellent sense of pride flying the team all over the world and both organizations consistently show the planet just what a huge impact a little nation could make on the planet stage.”
The release of Air All Blacks marks the ten-year anniversary of the airline’s unique undertake safety videos, and in true Air New Zealand style, the most recent video manages to poke some Kiwi fun across the real way.
“It’s been incredible to celebrate both international and local stars, fans and our personal Air New Zealanders in the last a decade. It’s only fitting that video brings alive a thing that is distinctly New Zealand – from the grassroots of Rippa Rugby to the nostalgia of the 1987 All Blacks, with a distinctive modern twist,” says Williams.
Adding to the iconic Kiwi line-up, Air All Blacks is backed by the exclusive, original soundtrack Universe, a brand-new track from New Zealand band SIX60. From Thursday 8 August pay attention to it on Spotify.
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