Is the Dubai commercial real?

Is the Dubai commercial real?

The airline shared a video which shows the ad was actually filmed on top of the world’s tallest skyscraper. Filming at the pinnacle took rigorous planning and a strict safety protocol, said Emirates. “From level 160, we climbed for over an hour to reach the top,” the airline explained in its video.

Who is Nicole Smith Ludvik?

Emirates ‘cabin crew’ Nicole Smith Ludvik who stood on top of Burj Khalifa was once a car crash victim with a broken neck, shattered bones and brain injuries.

Why Fly Emirates is the best?

Their fleet houses a total of 76 A380 airplanes, and man I love to fly in giant A380s. They have so much more space than other aircrafts, like a 737, and the flight is also much quieter. You don’t feel much turbulence, and takeoffs and landings feel like a dream come true – they’re so soft!

What nationality is Nicole Smith-Ludvik?

UK stuntwoman Nicole Smith-Ludvik caused a stir across the globe for standing on top of the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa for UAE airline Emirates advertisement.

Who are Emirates main customers?

Customers of Emirates are the people of upper middle & upper-income social groups who love to travel to different countries either for vacations or businesses. Customers are majorly in the age group of 25-55 years.

Is there an advert for Emirates on TV?

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Who is the girl in the Emirates AD?

The 30-second ad features Nicole Smith-Ludvik, a professional skydiving instructor, as an Emirates cabin crew member who stands atop the Burj Khalifa. In her hand, she holds a series of placards that read: “Moving the UAE to the UK Amber list has made us feel on top of the world. Fly Emirates.

Is the Emirates AD on top of the Burj Khalifa?

Some on Twitter accused Emirates of using green screens to film the video instead of actually climbing to the top of the Burj Khalifa. Emirates took to Twitter yesterday to respond to the allegations. The airline shared a video which shows the ad was actually filmed on top of the world’s tallest skyscraper.

How long did it take to film the Emirates AD?

“She was attached to the pole as well as two other different points directly to the pinnacle, through a hidden harness under the Emirates uniform,” said Emirates. Shooting for the ad began at sunrise and took about five hours to complete – excluding the one hour and 15 minutes it took for the team to climb to the top.

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