Recently, an ad on Emirates Airlines was talked about and it was not just because of an ad. Its specialty is that it is carried from the top of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, 828 meters above the ground.
A member of the airline’s uniformed Nicole Smith-Ludvik cabin crew was at the top of the building to advertise, and it took about an hour to climb from level 160. It has since been listed as one of the top commercials ever shot by Emirates Airlines. But as usual, the airlines released behind-the-scenes footage of their entire work in response to a number of allegations from people
there that such a difficult endeavor would ultimately not be true and that they had used a green screen.
#6 was carefully designed to shoot the ad on top of the world’s tallest building.
#8 A there had been a been very strict safety protocol
#10 Sir Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airlines, said that they always look forward to challenging the average and pushing the boundaries of Emirates.
#12 It took about an hour to climb from the 160 level
#13 The entire ad was filmed using one drone
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