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| IMPORTANT INFORMATION



















                                 SAFETY FEATURES SPECIFIC TO THIS AIRCRAFT CAN BE FOUND ON THE
                               PASSENGER BRIEFING CARD IN THE SEAT POCKET IN FRONT OF YOU.  YOUR
                               SAFETY IS THE CREW’S RESPONSIBILITY SO PLEASE COMPLY WITH THEIR IN-
                              STRUCTIONS AT ALL TIMES. THE FOLLOWING SAFETY RULES ARE PRESCRIBED
                               BY THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY TO ENSURE THAT YOUR SAFETY IS ALWAYS
                                                  THE NUMBER ONE PRIORITY.









                                           SAFETY BELTS            PORTABLE ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
             CARRY ON BAGGAGE            Please fasten your seatbelt     AND LAPTOP COMPUTERS
             For safety reasons, your cabin   whenever seated.  For your
             baggage must fit into approved   safety, we suggest that you   Please switch off all electronic devices as they may
              stowage spaces.  If you are   keep it fastened throughout   interfere with the aircraft avionics system.  Cellphones,
              travelling in our Beech 1900,     the flight.         e-readers and electronic tablets may only be used
               lightweight hand luggage                             in flight mode once the aircraft has reached cruising
              should be placed under the                           altitude.  Laptop computers, including CD ROMs and
             seat in front of you.  If you are                      DVDs, hand held calculators, electric shavers and
            travelling in our Dash-8 or Bom-                      portable personal listening devices may be used during
             bardier CRJ, space is provided   SMOKING              the flight.  Any item that makes use of 3G, LTE,4G or
              under your own seat and in                          other telecommunication signals should be disabled or
              the overhead compartment.    Civil Aviation Regulations              turned off.
              Any baggage that cannot fit   prohibit smoking of any
             under the seat will be tagged   kind on board CemAir
             and placed in the cargo-hold.    flights.  (Please note that
               Emergency exits need to     this includes electronic
             remain free of obstructions at    cigarettes.)                   REFRESHMENTS
                     all times.                                   Refreshments are supplied on board your flight.  Please
                                                                    enjoy in moderation bearing in mind that our smaller
                                                                       aircraft may not be equipped with a toilet.
             Fun flying facts



           you are pretty safe!                          Planes rarely crash   You lose about a   Flying spikes your



                                                          - only about 1,000
               Lufthansa is the   Pilots and co-pilots are   people die in crash-  third of your taste  insulin hormone levels,
                                                                                            especially on long-dis-
                                                                            buds on a flight,
              world’s largest pur-  required to eat different   es each year. But   so even bad food   tance flights so it is
             chaser of caviar, buying   meals in case of food   about 10,000 people   might taste pretty  best NOT to eat, or to
               over 10 tonnes per   poisoning, particularly   die from aeroplane   nice when you   drink alcohol, on an
                    year.             on long flights.   fuel emission related   are in the sky.   aeroplane.  Drink lots of
                                                          illnesses each year.                 water though!






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