Recently Emirates Airlines’ ad came into talk and the ad was done to celebrate the UK moving UAE onto its amber list. But actually, that’s not what so special about it. The specialty of it is that it was shot 828m above from land on top of the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. Nicole Smith-Ludvik was in the uniform of the airlines as a cabin staff member and stood at the highest place of the building for the ad. It was said that to climb up from the 160th level had taken about an hour. And after this Emirates Airlines had been marked as one of the highest ads ever filmed.
But as usual, there had been many allegations from people out there saying that it’s not actual and that they have used a green screen. And as answers for the questions that arose the airlines had released footage of the behind-the-scenes of the whole work they have done. Scroll down to see the footage released by the airlines.
#6 Extremely careful planning had been done to shoot the ad at the top of the world’s tallest building
#8 A there had been a been very strict safety protocol
#10 Sir Tim Clark, the president of Emirates airline had said that they always look to challenge the norm and push boundaries at Emirates
#12 About an hour was taken to climb up to the top from level 160
#13 With the use of one single drone the whole ad had been filmed
#14 On social media they had posted the whole ad
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