American Airlines: Inflight Wifi - Just in case, Water landings

Advertising School: Miami Ad School, Miami Beach, USA
Creative Director: Carlos Velasquez
Art Director: Vanessa Castañeda
Copywriter: Chris Baker

March 2008


Mr.Top's picture
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Nice Photoshop ;)

ivan's picture

It's a student ad.

Mr.Top's picture
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I know... I can read.

Ad_Man's picture
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uuuu! fight fight fight fight!

Think it for a while.
Then, in anytime, it will come to your mind as an idea.

credosian's picture
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these are detrimental to the brand image of the airlines.

If the airline ever accepted using these--- they would be dumb out of their heads.

No airline would like, even remotely to be associated with any, i stae ANY MISHAP.
even to sell a service.

Be awesome :)

sumsum's picture
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agree to you. but dont take it too serious. I think the students are just kidding with that.

LeeHarvey's picture
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Have to agree with credosian (again)! Don't use air disasters, that's why the mile high one is good!

seiyapunk's picture

I think students can do anything as an exercise, they have the freedom of working with any brand like they just want to. Besides no client is going to get in the creative process, this doesn`t apply for real advertising.


BulbheaD's picture
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headline studies that didn't make it:
al qaeda on board
crash landing preparedness

The madman thinks he is sane. I know I am mad. -- Pablo Picasso

quinton_sential's picture
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students need to try and do work that could run (if they want to get hired). It's not hard to write a funny ad that could never run. It's harder to write a funny/clever ad that could run.

sumsum's picture
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agree as well to you. but again: I strongly assume the students just kidding.
funny lines about funny situations on board couldnt be so hard to find... (eg "special" situations with other passengers, pilots, service, entertainment system,...)

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A.G. Pennypacker
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I agree with quinton. If you want to be a pro –– play by the pro rules. Get two feet inbounds! Come up with something great that a client would actually run. Air disasters would never fly. (pun intended)

jatin327's picture
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HAHAHAH greatfontset.

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