Welcome to Northwest Flight 1234 with service from Rapid City to Fort Meyers, Florida.
While there may be fifty ways to leave your lover, there are only four ways to leave the aircraft: one exit near the cockpit, two over the wings, and one at the rear of the cabin.
This is a non-smoking flight. Federal regulations prohibit tampering with, disarming, destroying, or even looking at lavatory smoke detectors.
We ask that when seated you wear your seat belts. To fasten the belt, insert the metal tab into the buckle and pull tight. If have never used a seat belt before, you probably should not be out in public unattended.
The cabin is pressurized for your comfort. In the event of a sudden loss of cabin pressure, masks will descend from the overhead compartments. Put the mask over your nose and mouth and breathe normally. Be sure to fasten you mask before helping those who cannot do it themselves, such as small children or your husband.
In the unlikely event of a water landing, your seat bottom may be used as a flotation device. Paddle to shore and keep it with our compliments.
Prior to takeoff, we will be dimming the cabin lights for your comfort and to enhance the attractiveness of the flight crew.
Thank you for flying Northwest Airlines.