With model Chrissy Teigen among the group frolicking in life vests beside a waterfall, donning oxygen masks while lazing on hammocks and just generally showcasing their bods in bikinis, the safety video's causing a bit of beef.
After the video's release, Australian Natasha Young launched a 11,000 signature change.org petition to stop the airline from showing it, deeming it too racy for the skies.
And reports claim that Air New Zealand says it's not at this current time removing the video from circulation due to the petition, but instead is stopping running it, but only at this time of the year.
Oh the controversy.
It's safe to say it's got people's attention and Twitter has spoken with mixed reactions:
The news that the air New Zealand 'safety' video has been banned is the best news I've heard all day.— livi_salty (@livi_salty) July 9, 2014
Natasha argued that "Safety in Paradise" "forces itself upon the passengers" because they can't turn off the video if it makes them uncomfortable.
I think that air New Zealand safety video is intriguing and probably the only time people would pay attention to the safety procedures— Vinny Phounsavan (@VinnyPhounsavan) July 6, 2014
Here are the girls demonstrating safety first so you can make up your own mind...
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