Delta’s latest in-flight safety video features the most popular memes on YouTube, such as the kid from the “Charlie Bit My Finger” video, the Annoying Orange, Keyboard Cat, screaming goats and the guy who freaked out about double rainbows.
Over the last couple of years, to make sure passengers pay attention to safety information before take off, Delta, United, Virgin America and Air New Zealand have been making music videos, while Southwest Airlines flight attendants have gone viral for incorporating the talking points into an original rap, country song or stand-up comedy routine.
Passengers may see it on their flights beginning May 25.
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