SpiceJet has launched a series of TV commercials after scripting a major aviation turnaround.
Underlining the significance of a hot meal, spacious leg room and knocking off queues from the travel schedule among others, the airline flaunts a set of commercials thoughtfully placed through everyday life situations and narrated with a dash of humour.
Ajay Singh - CMD, SpiceJet said, “It is our grand vision to make every Indian fly which comes with the added responsibility of rephrasing ‘luxury’ for our customers. Underlining the minor details goes a long way in adding value to the ‘experience’ a brand renders and that is what our efforts are driven towards. We want to reach out to every Indian who is waiting to experience the red hot spicy affair with SpiceJet and our campaign adds a more exciting flavour to our sustained efforts.”
Debojo Maharshi - Chief Marketing Officer said, “Our campaign mirrors the spirit of celebrating everyday moments with SpiceJet. Through fun, engaging and slice of life situations the commercial persuades the consumer to make a smarter choice by choosing to fly with us. Publicis has done a fabulous job conceiving a campaign which offers the perfect balance of messaging and drama.”
Hemant Misra, CEO, Publicis Capital said, “Our mandate was not just about creating communication for these key differentiators, but to also provide consumers with a compelling argument about why SpiceJet is the right choice for them. A strong consumer insight is what was required.”
Joy Mohanty, NCD, Publicis Capital said, “The life truth was that there are times when you willingly compromise and eat a cold meal, be cramped for space, and even stand in a queue. But you never need to compromise when you’re flying, thanks to SpiceJet.”
Conceived and created by Fingerprint Films, and directed by Karan Shetty, the campaign is already up and running across all the popular digital and social networking sites, and is set to break on television soon. Having received very positive response the campaign flags off the exciting times that lie ahead for SpiceJet.
You can watch the ads here:
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