Air New Zealand cabin crew strips for ‘transparent fares’ ad!May 13th, 2009 - 4:45 pm ICT by ANI
Melbourne, May 13 (ANI): The cabin crew for Air New Zealand dropped their clothes for a racy new advertisement that shows them performing their duties sporting only body paint.
Eight staff members donned the art while more than 90 others formed a part in the campaign, that was created to promote the airline’s fares that “have nothing to hide”.
“At Air New Zealand our fares have nothing to hide, which is why the price you pay includes everything upfront,” News.com.au quoted the advertisement as saying.
Chief Executive Rob Fyfe also featured in the ad and was subsequently selected New Zealand’s sexiest businessman.
Viewers can see shocked passengers smiling knowingly at the body-painted crew while the apt tunes of “Under my skin”, by New Zealand singer Gin Wigmore, fill the background air.
As for the staff’s “naughty parts”, they were blocked from view with some help from the beverage cart and luggage. (ANI)
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