Who else to lead a serious aviation safety programme than the lead singer of one of the world's biggest heavy metal bands - Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden.
The clip is the work of the UK's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and was commissioned by its Ground Handling Operations Safety Team in an effort to reduce the safety risks during ground support activities.
Selecting Dickinson to front the video is obviously not some kind of dark joke, as alongside belting out metal classics from albums such as No Prayer for the Dying, Killers and A Matter of Life and Death, he is also a qualified pilot with aircraft leasing firm Astraeus Airlines.
The 20-minute clip is actually quite a sobering reminder of the intricate requirements needed to ensure aircraft, passengers, crew and ground staff stay safe.
Presumably, the CAA's counterpart in the US, the Federal Aviation Administration, will be calling celebrity aviator John Travolta soon...