Delta Air Lines – Synchronized flying

Delta Air Lines, in this 1994 commercial, is not only a US domestic airline, it becomes an international carrier. The commercial shows many Delta Airlines B767s flying in formation, in analogy with four dolphins swimming, along with a beautiful new age music soundtrack: “Adiemus”, featuring the voice of Miriam Stockley. Its message is simple: Delta flies to Europe on time.

“Every week, Delta fly over 220 planes from Europe to America. And that calls for a little synchronized flying.”

As you can see, there is an English version of this commercial, but the editing is quite different. Which one do you like best?

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