UAE Airline Viral Advertisement: These days, a 30-second ad film of UAE airline Emirates is creating panic on social media. This ad film has been shot on top of the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa. Initially people could not believe that this advertisement was filmed on Burj Khalifa. To clear this confusion of the people, the company has shared a video on social media, which explains how this ad film has been shot.
What is this ad film
This Emirates airline ad features professional skydiving instructor Nicole Smith-Ludwick as an Emirates cabin crew member, standing atop the Burj Khalifa. He has a few placards in his hand, which read, “The UK has added the UAE to the Amber List, making us feel on top of the world. Fly Emirates, fly better.”
The company told how the ad is made
Emirates Airlines on Monday shared a video on Twitter stating that the ad film is real and was shot on top of Burj Khalifa. It took about 5 hours to make it. Apart from this, it took about 1 hour 15 minutes to reach the top of the building. Professional skydiving instructor Nicole Smith-Ludwick was enlisted to ensure the safety of the members shown in the film.
Real or fake? A lot of you have asked this question and we’re here to answer it.— Emirates Airline (@emirates) August 9, 2021
Here’s how we made it to the top of the world’s tallest building, the @BurjKhalifa. https://t.co/AGLzMkjDON@EmaarDubai #FlyEmiratesFlyBetter pic.twitter.com/h5TefNQGQe
Burj Khalifa building is 828 meters high
Burj Khalifa in Dubai is the tallest building in the world with a height of 828 meters. Nicole Smith-Ludwick stands in the small space atop this building, a heartwarming view. Initially it is not known where she is standing, but when the camera goes to her then it is known that she is standing on the tallest building in the world. Let us tell you that recently the UK government has removed the travel ban from five countries including India and UAE and these countries have been included in the Ember list. Now people here can travel to Britain by following Covid protocols.