Custom Passenger Briefing Cards Created with Your Health & Safety in Mind

Safeair Media Safety Briefing Cards

Original.  Custom.  Innovative.  These three words come to mind when talking about Safeair Media, an industry leader in the design and production of safety briefing cards.  In business for over three decades, Safeair has deep roots in aviation with understanding our lingo to knowing the sanctity of safety in our industry.

Many competitors have tried to take over the market, but Safeair still stands as one of the few that caters to all sectors of aviation including commercial airlines like Hawaiian Airlines, charter operators such as Clay Lacy, corporate fleets, helicopters and interior modification centers.  Safeair credits their reputable customer service and quick turnaround time to having a strong global customer base.

Besides briefing cards, their iconic illustrations have also been licensed for use on placards, safety equipment stickers, avionics and cabin electronic displays.  Safeair also distinguishes itself from others by encouraging customizations with logos, specific aircraft details, foreign language options and most recently using PrintShield™.  PrintShield is an additive coating that gives antimicrobial protection to printed materials preventing the spread of bacteria and other microbes.

Always looking to innovate and wanting to give their customers added value, Safeair plans to include PrintShield as a standard option within the next few months.  Another exciting feature scheduled to roll out soon is Safeair’s use of QR codes on printed materials.  The QR codes will provide a touchless way for passengers to access vital safety details while allowing operators to market their additional services and products without detracting from the primary purpose of safety information.

Paragon Preferred members can enjoy a 10% discount off published rates on their first order of safety briefing cards.  Simply mention BLOG10 when ordering.  Visit to learn more about Safeair Media and place your order today.


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