British Airways has continued with the comedy vein for its latest in-flight safety video, but this time enlisting some serious British acting talent that includes Sir Michael Caine, David Walliams and Joanna Lumley to name but a few.
The ad/video carries on a similar theme from 2017’s series that was fronted by Rowan “Mr Bean” Atkinson.
The latest feature sees the actors pretending to audition for the video, while still managing to get across the important safety messages seen on flights before departure.
British comic Asim Chaudrey (aka Chabuddy G) once again perfectly plays the bumbling director who remains oblivious to the calibre of talent he is fortunate to be working with.
And not only is it a safety video, the film is also designed to boost fundraising for Flying Start – the charitable collaboration between BA and Comic Relief. Check out the fun below:
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