After the United Arab Emirates was added to Britain’s amber list, the fearless “airline stewardess” stood on top of the tallest building in the world to facilitate a trip to UAE.
She managed to smile as the Fly Emirates uniform fluttered in the breeze on a small platform on the steeple of the Burj Khalifa Tower at 2,722 feet in Dubai.
In fact, Skydiver and social media star Nicole Smith Ludwig, “Stewardess,” had the following set of placards: World … Fly Emirates … Fly better. “
Dubai’s holiday for the British has been on hold since the beginning of the year, but has returned after the Foreign Ministry moved the United Arab Emirates from the Red List to Amber on Sunday.
The brave “stewardess” stood on a small platform on the steeple of the Burj Khalifa Tower at 2,722 feet in Dubai.
She put up various placards to celebrate the UK’s move of the UAE to the amber list.
“Stewardess” is actually Skydiver and social media star Nicole Smith-Ludovic
This means that fully vaccinated travelers can return from Emirates without the need for quarantine.
However, you will need to take the Covid test before departure and additional testing on the second day or earlier in the country.
Emirates, the flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates, shared a promotional stunt video today, saying: Traveling to the UK will be easier from August 8th.
Daredevil influencer Ms Smith-Ludvik said on Instagram:
“Scream out to Emirates for your creative marketing ideas! It was a pleasure to be part of the team!”
A spokesperson for Emirates told Gulf Today that filming on the tower was real and made possible by many local organizations.
A spokeswoman confirmed that all safety measures were taken for an impressive promotional shoot.
Foreign holiday bookings surged over the weekend as the government announced that it would downgrade the risk of the UAE along with many other countries.
French rules have been further relaxed, with Austria, Germany, Latvia, Norway, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia moving to the Green List, and Bahrain, India and Qatar moving to the Amber List with the UAE.
A spokesperson for Emirates told Gulf Today that filming on the tower was real and made possible by many local organizations. A spokeswoman confirmed that all safety measures were taken for an impressive promotional shoot.
The update saw a surge in holiday searches, and Hays Travel, the UK’s largest independent agency, reported a 193% surge in bookings between Thursday and Friday.
According to Skyscanner, the number of searches for vacations to Dubai increased by 213%, making it the second most popular search on comparison websites, with a 42% increase in bookings compared to a week ago.
According to the company, the current top destinations are all Spain’s Malaga, Palma, Alicante, Tenerife, and Dubai.
Meanwhile, British Airways reported that the number of vacation searches in Southern France increased by 260% weekly.