Penelope Cruz takes over reigns as Emirates newest ambassador: 'Fly better'
Penelope Cruz flaunts in-flight Emirates experience for latest campaign
The academy award-winner Penelope Cruz became the new face of Emirates airline global advertising campaign set to be launched in June in both English and the star’s native Spanish.
The campaign gave a glimpse of Cruz promoting first and business class luxuries such as the A380 onboard lounge and the in-flight shower.
“From one hotel room, to another one,” said Cruz as she stepped into Emirates first-class suites.
The Volver star left tongues wagging as she documents her travels in Emirates new economy class cabins , enjoying the flying experience at 42,000 feet.
She not only took travelling a notch higher with choosing Dubai's flagship carrier but also interacted with the the crews in diverse languages and watched an interesting game of football screened on the in-flight TV.
Moving on further into the campaign Cruz will document the Emirates hydra-active moisturizing pajamas made for the premium passengers.
About being part of the biggest campaign, the philanthropist revealed her sentiments, "I’m thrilled to partner with Emirates after years of travelling with them on some of the most special trips in my life."
The Senior Vice President of the brand and advertising Richard Billington explained how the Hollywood superstar was the perfect fit.
''Emirates is all about Flying Better, where the journey to your destination matters as much as the place itself."
"We take care of every detail in the Emirates experience and wanted a brand ambassador who reflects the Emirates brand – it needed to be someone classy, stylish, and having modern global appeal. Penelope was the perfect fit."
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