Motoring luminary Jeremy Clarkson fronts Emirates’ latest ad campaign

Emirates has expelled a promotion debate for a airline’s game-changing First Class private suites, fronted by TV luminary and motoring consultant Jeremy Clarkson. This follows prohibited on a heels of a tellurian launch of Emirates’ latest entirely enclosed First Class private suites during a Dubai Air Show.

Drawing on Clarkson’s humour and tighten organisation with motoring, a ad mark starts with tighten adult shots of a leather seat, oppulance detailing, soothing lighting, a worldly prosaic screen, and control buttons. Meanwhile, dressed uncharacteristically in a intelligent black tuxedo, Clarkson narrates a facilities in a approach that leads a spectator to assume he is referring to a new car. He afterwards delivers a punchline, as an Emirates aircraft zooms overhead, divulgence that a car he is articulate about travels during a tip speed of 700 miles per hour, and “it even comes with pyjamas” – a product that Emirates provides to a First Class passengers.

The debate will run from 13 November, primarily in 8 pivotal markets. The new ad mark was scripted in-house, and shot by award-winning executive Vaughan Arnell following a successful partnership on Emirates’ new “World of good times” ad campaign, that was set to a iconic “Don’t stop me now” soundtrack by stone rope Queen. 

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