Proud, that’s what you’ll feel watching the Flying Kangaroo’s newest safety video: proud of Aussie adaptability, proud of our culture & proud of how far we can fly.

Qantas released its Dreamliner 787 safety video online this morning, with people welcoming it as a “thoroughly enjoyable” and “fantastic” presentation.

Running for seven minutes, the video showcases how “far and wide the airline’s spirit goes” by taking viewers to a number of the “stunning destinations” within its network.

Kicking off in New York, an Aussie takes the front seat in a yellow cab to discuss the importance of inflight seat belts.

Qantas Dreamliner safety video 2018 NYC

The clip then travels to the Andes where a backpacker sings around a campfire with natives before highlighting the location and usage of oxygen marks while on a hike up the Chilean mountains.

Qantas Dreamliner safety video 2018 Chile

Viewers then follow a footy fan to Auckland where the importance of life jackets are discussed, and make their way to Osaka where Aussie favourite ‘Vegemite’ doesn’t quite compare to local cuisine and Tai Chi is used to replicate the brace position.

Qantas Dreamliner safety video 2018 Osaka

Tokyo’s bright lights are used as a lead in to emergency lights along the floor of the aircraft, and then it’s on to the Dreamliner’s record-making destination, London, for an underground ride and a briefing on emergency exits and escape slides.

Qantas Dreamliner safety video 2018 Tokyo

Then it’s onward to South Africa for a visit to Kruger National Park where a campfire is put out to emphasise the ‘no smoking’ rule, while in Singapore viewers get a taste of Marina Bay Sands and the importance of flipping through the inflight magazine for tips on avoiding DVTs.

Qantas Dreamliner safety video 2018 Singapore

Home, Australia, wraps up the video as a reminder that the ‘spirit of Australia’ is not only found throughout the world but on every Qantas plane thanks to helpful cabin crew.

Check out the full video below:

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What do you think of the new safety video?