We would like to familiarize you with some of the safety regulations and equipment of our aircraft. Even if you are a regular air traveler,
lease take note of these important safety requirements.
Please note that our flights are non-smoking. Smoking is not allowed at any time, any where in the cabin.
Your seat number is printed on your boarding pass. Please take the indicated seat.
Your carry-on baggage must be stowed underneath the seat in front of you, or in the overhead bins. Please take care when opening
these bins in-flight or after landing, as some items might have shifted during take-off or landing. Hand baggage must not obstruct the
aisles or the emergency exits.
4. Use of Electronic Devices
You are not allowed to use mobile phones, pagers, radio receivers, and transmitters on the aircraft. These devices might interfere with
the aircraft navigation instruments. They must be switched off until you are in the ground terminal. Other portable electronic devices are
not allowed to be used during take-off or landing.
5. Requirements during Take-off/Landing
For take-off and landing, please ensure that your seatback is in the up-right position, your tray-table, footrest, personal monitor and your
personal items are stowed, and that all portable electronic devices are switched off and that your seatbelt is fastened.
6. Use of Seat Belt
There are seatbelt signs visible throughout the cabin. Whenever these signs are switched on, please fasten your seatbelt. This is done
by pushing the flat end into the buckle until you hear a click. To tighten the belt, pull the free end until it fits comfortably. To loosen it, pull
back the release catch and adjust the buckle end. To unfasten it, lift the metal tab of the buckle. For your own safety, we recommend that
you keep your seatbelt fastened throughout the flight. Seatbelts for infants and extensions are available, if required. Please ask your
7. Use of Oxygen Mask
If the cabin pressure in this aircraft fails, oxygen masks in the cabin and toilets will drop automatically from the ceiling. Please remain in
your seat, reach up and firmly pull the mask down to activate the oxygen flow. Place the mask over your nose and mouth and breathe
normally while securing the elastic band around your head. Only when your mask is secured, should you assist children or fellow
8. EXIT light signs and Emergency exits
There are emergency exits in the cabin. EXIT light signs are located in the ceiling at each exit area and door frame. Please take a few
seconds to familiarize yourself with the nearest exit. Should the evacuation be necessary, remove all high-heeled shoes. Leave all your
luggage behind and move as quick as possible to the nearest exit. Jump onto the escape slide, and once you have reached the bottom,
move away quickly.
9. Emergency Lights
In the event of emergency, the escape path marking lights will come on to guide you to the exits.
10. Use of life jacket when on-water landing
Should the landing on water happen, please take note of the following: there is a life jacket stored in a pouch underneath or between
seats. In case of water evacuation, remove the life jacket from the pouch, put it over your head and tie the tapes firmly around your waist.
Do not inflate it while you are inside the aircraft. The life jacket must only be inflated by pulling down the red tag sharply, when you are at
the exit. It can also be manually inflated by blowing air into the mouthpiece. A light and a whistle are attached to the jacket for attraction.
Special life jacket for small children is available on board the aircraft.
11. Brace for Impact
Should the aircraft have to make an emergency landing, a command “Brace for impact, Brace for impact” will be announced then “Heads
down, Heads down” shouted by the cabin crew. Right after that, you should adopt the brace position as shown, and stay there until the
aircraft comes to a complete stop.
12. Safety Instruction Card
Please study the safety instruction card located in the seat pocket in front of you for more details.