Emirates Airlines lands at the top of the world with commercial: Video

At the top of the largest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa, the impressive commercial from Emirates airlines this raised doubts as to the correctness of the content.

828 meters high, the luxury airline shot an advertisement designed and staged by the company with the help of Prime Productions AMG, based in Dubai.

Emirates Airlines lands at the top of the world with commercial: Video
Emirates Airlines lands at the top of the world with commercial: Video

The 30-second video was produced after the United Arab Emirates was removed from the red list and moved to the yellow list in the UK, it said. Daily Pakistanwhile it went viral.

At the beginning of the clip, a woman in the Emirates uniform is seen holding several signs, which she gradually walks past to give a message: “The inclusion of the United Arab Emirates on the British amber list made us feel at the top of the world. Fly Emirates. Fly better “. At the end the camera zooms out and takes a picture of the spectacular view of Dubai.

And despite what many might think, this one didn’t use green screens or special effects, but was the result of rigorous planning, training, testing, and security protocols. As the same company demonstrated with another video about the process to make such a feat.

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How was the Emirates Airlines commercial done?

One of the most common doubts is whether the woman was a true member of the Emirates crew in the frame. The company stated that it was hiring the staff and although there were some willing and able candidates, it eventually hired a professional skydiving structure, Nicole Smith-Ludvik, just to ensure safety. In accordance with Sam Chui, the area in which the protagonist stood, was 1.2 meters in circumference.

The same medium explains that filming began at dawn to catch the light of the golden hour. The team, which included the main star, began their ascent before sunrise. It took them an hour and 15 minutes to get off the 160th floor of the Burj Khalifa. to climb. It was easy? In vain the whole team had to climb several levels and climb stairs in a tube to get to the top. Filming took about 5 hours.

Nicole wore a seat belt under her Emirates uniform that was attached to a custom platform and attached right to the top. A single drone was used to film the entire sequence.

“We always try to defy the norm and push the boundaries at Emirates. We do it every day through our innovative services, our best product and of course our advertising. The calm and confident cabin crew featured in advertisements are an embodiment of our frontline team serving travelers and ensuring their safety. We are proud to be one of the privileged few who were allowed to film on the Burj Khalifa and even more proud to be able to present our beautiful city of Dubai.“, He said Sir Tim Clark, President of the Emirates airline.

Really, there have been few who have come to the top, on the shortlist Tom cruise and the Crown Prince of Dubai, Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

Nicole Smith-Ludvik is an adventurous woman, skydiver, traveler, hiker and yoga teacher. She shared the clip on Instagram and said. “This is without a doubt one of the most amazing and exciting stunts I’ve ever done. A big thank you to Emirates Airlines for their creative marketing idea! It was a pleasure to be part of the team. “

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