Qantas has a amusing new safety video

Qantas Airways is celebrating its one hundredth anniversary with some traditional throwback movement.

First up is this new in-flight safety video featuring ‘80s mullets, ‘70s moustaches, Forties flying boats and Nineteen Twenties propeller plane.

The protection video briefing functions cutting-edge-day Qantas team contributors in carefully recreated ancient settings onboard aircraft and in airport terminals.

Qantas has also put together an exhibition showcasing the past, gift and destiny of the airline, with artifacts, lifestyles-sized replicas and interactive installations.

The exhibition will be travelling Australia for the subsequent 12 months, however right here are a couple of highlights that seem quite cool.

This is a replica of a Qantas 747 First Class Lounge from the Seventies.

Qantas authentic B747 Seventies Lounge

And this is one of the scrapbooks that belonged to Qantas co-founder Fergus McMaster.

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