Friday, January 5, 2018

New Category: Aircraft Safety Cards

A new category of Aircraft Safety Cards has just been launched on Colnect. Aircraft safety card collecting is an excellent option for travelers and graphics design enthusiasts. If you are interested in safety cards or aviation memorabilia, then you can dive into this awesome category.



Aircraft safety cards are impressive pieces of information visualization and graphics. The safety cards have no universal graphics standard to comply and demonstrate a wide variety of aesthetic approaches. The safety cards reflect the culture in which they were produced.


There are many approaches to aircraft safety card collecting. Some people like to collect things which are connected to a specific country or airline, while others like to collect aircraft collectibles. Of course, the main reason is to complete your aircraft safety card collection.


We would like to welcome the coordinator of the new category, [Guidojet], who suggested adding aircraft safety cards to Colnect catalog in June 2017.


The aircraft safety cards catalog allows sorting items by 8 characteristics, which are airlines, countries, plane manufacturers, models, compositions, formats, years, and newly added. Now Colnect's aviation memorabilia enthusiasts have a brand new and shiny catalog, along with collection management tools available to them.


Colnect has been built by collectors just like you. Are you interested in contributing too? Then you can go and check our Catalog Contribution Guidelines page and start making Colnect better.
If you want to sell or buy collectibles you're welcome to do that on the Colnect marketplace.

2 comments:

  1. Please let the safety cards stay on board. For everybodys safety.

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  2. This issue has been discussed before on Colnect's forum. [b]Collectors ASK the flight attendant for a safety card for their collection, they do not steal it.[/b] People who steal should be punished as they should for any kind of theft. I personally find it curious that quite a few collectors here were so quick to assume that collectors of aircraft safety card are sneaky thieves. We don't assume that every stamp collector steals stamps out of envelopes that don't belong to them. We don't assume that bottle cap collectors go to shops and take away the caps. We don't assume that medal collectors break into people's houses to steal their medals and decorations. But somehow some people assume that aircraft safety card collectors would do just that? Please stop with this nonsense.

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