Watch: Air New Zealand's new '90s-themed safety video has landed

Air New Zealand's new safety video may be the most '90s thing you see this year.

The Kiwi airline's latest clip hit screens in the air and online on Tuesday morning - and it's more Kiwi than kiwifruit and more '90s than chatter rings or Ace of Base.

The video, which is the largest the airline has ever produced, has a cast of over 600 - including actor Julian Dennison, musicians Kings, Theia and Randa, and members of 30 communities from around Aotearoa.

It also features members of Air New Zealand's staff, both from in the air and on the ground.

The nineties are back.
The nineties are back. Photo credit: Air New Zealand.

Filming for the new video, which features music from Run DMC and Sisters Underground, took place across the length of the country - scenes were shot in Auckland, Wellington, Dunedin, Balclutha, Hokitika and Naseby in Central Otago.

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