LEGOs star in turkish airlines' new in-flight safety video

LEGOs star in turkish airlines' new in-flight safety video

turkish airlines has debuted a new inflight safety video that you’ll actually want to watch. in partnership with warner bros. and the LEGO movie franchise, animated safety video features familiar LEGO minifigures taking on surprising new roles. characters demonstrate step-by-step safety procedures while partaking in a little airline-approved humor, aiming to both inform and entertain passengers.

turkish airlines lego safety video



featuring an all-LEGO ‘cast’, the safety video is the first of its kind, and was brought to life by a production team comprising concept artists, layout artists, animators and lighting technicians. the specialists used 2,938,840 lego bricks to animate the LEGO action. a total of 9,658,631 CPU hours (central processing units) were used to generate 973 versions of animation. 30 different versions of the new safety video were created — both in english and turkish — to cover the 15 different models in the turkish airlines fleet.

turkish airlines lego safety video

turkish airlines lego safety video

turkish airlines lego safety video

turkish airlines lego safety video

  • Had a lot better fit to SAS (Scandinavian Airlines). Overall, still very funny.

    Paten says:
  • Hi
    I don’t find the numerous LEGO subjects that original. LEGO has its limits and it seems that they don’t realize it. It’s of no great innovation to glue two pieces of LEGO to an inflatable objec and call it LEGI, it’s still remains an inflatable obejct and not LEGO, no matter how hard they try.

    David Dimitri says:
  • Lego *never ever* has an ‘S’ on the end.

    That is all.

    James says:
  • I think the video is brilliant. Again, very creative approach of the most important video on board, which nobody is ever watching. The Zach King video has been amamzing already, but this one is even more innovative.

    Sinem says:

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