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Old Dec 6, 13, 6:43 pm
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DL safety cards

I've noticed that DL safety cards are much clearer to understand than say UA's. Is that something that anyone sees as important? I have a ritual of looking over the card before every flight, even though I've memorized the all, and UA's are so confusing!
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Old Dec 6, 13, 6:53 pm
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Do you have a pic of the UA and DL safety cards?

I can't say that I've actually looked at either airlines cards in a while.
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Old Dec 7, 13, 2:38 pm
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Originally Posted by aviatorzz View Post
Do you have a pic of the UA and DL safety cards?

I can't say that I've actually looked at either airlines cards in a while.
I'll try to snap a DL one today, but since I avoid UA as much as possible, it may be a while for that one
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Old Dec 8, 13, 9:09 pm
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I have the same ritual re: the cards!

I also tend to sit in exit rows and look over the door a couple of times and imagine myself opening it in case of an emergency.
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Old Dec 8, 13, 9:26 pm
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I have no judgement that Delta's are better but I do think they are somewhat important.
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Old Dec 8, 13, 11:33 pm
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Nobody has asked the most important question yet. Do you think DL will have a problem if we the take the DC9 safety cards on the last DC9 flight as a souvenir?
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Old Dec 8, 13, 11:37 pm
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Originally Posted by LBJ View Post
Nobody has asked the most important question yet. Do you think DL will have a problem if we the take the DC9 safety cards on the last DC9 flight as a souvenir?
Won't be surprised to see a stockpile being sold in the Heritage Museum when she opens back up!
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Old Dec 9, 13, 1:40 am
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Look on eBay. There are hundreds of these safety cards for sale. Many people collect these cards. I once saw one that sold for over $1000.00. Not just listed, but SOLD.
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Old Dec 10, 13, 2:29 pm
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Originally Posted by LBJ View Post
Nobody has asked the most important question yet. Do you think DL will have a problem if we the take the DC9 safety cards on the last DC9 flight as a souvenir?
I hope they won't! I mean it is the last flight...
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