Jennifer Aniston pokes fun at other airlines in the new Emirates ad

The gorgeous Jennifer Aniston will now be seen in a TV commercial for Emirates Airlines. This is the first time that Emirates has joined hands with a Hollywood star in a global digital and TV campaign. The advertisement shows Jennifer Aniston on board an airline dressed in a bathrobe holding a loofah in her hand and agitatedly looking for a shower cubicle. Interacting with the cabin crew of the unidentified airline she comments on how Emirates has showers and bars on board. She is firmly and categorically told that this was not an Emirates plane. She is then shown awakening from her nightmare only to find herself relaxing in the luxurious private suite of an Emirates flight.

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Jennifer Aniston seemed to be the perfect choice for this advertisement due to her global audience and considering the crazy schedules she juggles, the only relaxing time she gets is probably on flight when she is travelling from one place to another.

Emirates does everything within their reach to ensure that the experience aboard their flight is an exceptional one. In a light hearted advertisement to high light the facilities and products available on board.

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Emirates paid the actress a whopping $5 million for her presence in the advertisement which is expected to begin in the U.S. and UAE before being aired in November to other countries like the UK, Germany, France, Italy, India and Australia.

Emirates will be spending $20 million in securing TV spots for the campaign which will show for a 30 second and 60 second version.

on seeing the advertisement there is not going to be a single person who would not want to exchange places with Jennifer Aniston.

[ Via : Thenational ]