Qantas has released its latest inflight safety video featuring everyday Australians sharing the Aussie spirit with locals in some of the airline’s destinations around the world, including Singapore.

 Lounging at the iconic infinity pool atop Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands, riding in the front seat of a taxi in New York and barracking for the Wallabies in the heart of All Blacks territory in Auckland are some of the ‘Australian-isms abroad’ featured alongside safety instructions for travelling on Qantas aircraft.

Watch the video below:

Here are the destinations and ordinary Australians they featured in the video, in the order they appeared:

Melbourne Airport, Melbourne VIC – Australia

The pilot is Michael Armessen, a Second Officer on the Qantas A380 The family is from Melbourne.

Shinjuku and Shibuya, Tokyo – Japan

The woman is a personal stylist in Tokyo.

The Bund, Shanghai – China

The woman is an Australian actor in China.

Soho, London and Brighton – UK

London – the friends live and work in London Brighton – the couple is travelling through the UK.

New York – USA

The woman is an actor on Broadway.

Andes, Santiago – Chile

The woman works as a translator and teaches English and the man works for an education agency.

Eden Park, Auckland and Queenstown – New Zealand

Australians visiting New Zealand.

Kruger National Park, Johannesburg – South Africa

The couple lives in Johannesburg.

Marina Bay Sands – Singapore

Both people work at the Singapore National Stadium.

Cottesloe Beach, Perth, WA – Australia

Michael Armessen is a Second Officer on the Qantas A380.

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