Ad Nut
Feb 2, 2016

Korean airline introduces 'standing-room tickets'

From Korea: 'Standing room tickets', for Jin Air by HS Ad

Korean airline introduces 'standing-room tickets'

Low-cost Korea-based airline Jin Air (subsidiary of Korean Air) seems to be completely serious about this, as it was about offering jet-fighter service a couple months ago (see below). But Ad Nut did notice some caveats at the very very end of both ads.

Ad Nut is still trying to find out the agency that did this work and will update you if possible. The agency is WPP property HS Ad.


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