- Emirates Airline went for an advert that no one would forget as they shoot a video at the highest point of the Burj Khalifa
- An air hostess was holding up signs which revealed a message regarding UAE getting off UK's COVID-19 red list
- The team tasked with the job had to undertake rigorous planning and a strict safety protocol to achieve it
Emirates Airline has come up with one of a kind advertisement, giving one of their flight attendants a moment to be on top of the world.
The airline released a video on social media showing an air hostess standing at the highest point of the latest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa.
She was holding up signs with a message meant to signify how the airline felt on top of the world after some good news.
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This was to celebrate the UAE being removed from the UK's red list, allowing flights from the middle east onto their land.
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A video shared by Emirates in Instagram revealed the team tasked with the job had to undertake rigorous planning and a strict safety protocol.
The team climbed for over an hour from level 160 of the building to the top to film one of the highest ads ever.
The flight attendant had a lovely message for her mum as she could be heard saying:
"Hi mom, I'm on top of the world."
Social media reacts
"My son has waited 20 months to visit England from Dubai . He’s booked this morning with Emirates to bring him home for a family visit . Fabulous news today."
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"Fly emirates fly better.. best airline in my beloved country UAE."
"Fly Better Fly Like VIP Even On Economy Class Cause Its Really What I Feld Each Time I Was On Board Emirates Airlines.
100-year-old man climbs rooftop of 02 Arena to mark birthday
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 100-year-old man had climbed the rooftop of the 02 arena on wheelchair to celebrate birthday.
BBC News reported that the man named Harry White had, at the age of 97, held the record of being the oldest climber of the 50m tall structure.
Harry was able to achieve the roof climb in a wheelchair and with assistance from his team members.
Speaking on the historic feat, the war veteran stated that he had wanted something quite challenging for his birthday and was happy it is now a reality.