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Emirate airline brings out video to add veracity to its 'world highest ad'

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The Emirates Airline air has released a behind-the-scenes video to quash the rumours about its recent ad. The new advert showed a cabin crew member, Nicole Smith-Ludvik standing on top of the Burj Khalifa. Many netizens doubted that the stunt was not real.

The official airline of UAE revealed that there were no special effects involved in the footage. Safety protocols and training involved in the preparation were also shown in the BTS footage.

They also showed how high the creators had to go as Burj Khalifa is the world's tallest building. The new video revealed that the crew had to climb for over an hour to reach the top of the 828-metre building.

Flight attendant Nicole Smith-Ludvik told local media that it was the most amazing and exciting stunt she has ever done. She is a traveller, skydiver, hiker, adventurer, and yoga instructor.

A Twitter user jokingly called the ad "the highest ad in history".

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TAGS:Emirate airline Nicole Smith-Ludvik Burj Khalifa 
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