Air New Zealand’s Fanciful Safety Video Highlights Its Real Commitment to Conservation

The airline says it has transported 3,200 species to safety

A young girl pretending to pilot a plane looks at the camera
A girl's discovery of a rare flightless bird sets the stage for Air New Zealand's conservation-focused safety film. Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand’s new safety video is for the birds. Specifically, the endangered takahē, a flightless bird native to the country.

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