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Jen’s back! Emirates releases new advert with actress for its A380 service

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Jen’s back! Emirates releases new advert with actress for its A380 service - Personalities publisher
Krista Kuznecova
Country: United Arab Emirates Aircraft: Airplanes Airline: Emirates
Source: The National

Emirates airline has released a second advertisement for its Airbus A380 service featuring the Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston.

The ad, published on Wednesday, was preceded by two teaser trailers. It features Aniston finding a child in her first-class cabin, then walking through the rest of the plane to find the boy’s parents in economy class.

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The spot was directed by Bryan Buckley, who is known for directing more than 50 commercials for the Super Bowl in the United States.

The Dubai carrier has 80 A380s in its fleet, with 62 more on order.

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