Last week, Singapore Airlines (SIA/SQ) launched their latest digital campaign video which showcases dishes from its “Book the Cook” menu. Rather than showing how the life-sized versions are made, it instead created miniature versions of the food made in a tiny kitchen.
The campaign, which is the brainchild of social media agency Dentsu Mobius, aims to draw the audiences focus to the airline's passion for high-end exquisite food, flavors and craftsmanship- especially in their Business and First Class cabins.
The digital campaign generated nearly a million views within the first 24 hours of launch. Since then, the Facebook video has garnered 1,667,683 views, and over 27,000 reactions.
The tiny kitchen features miniature versions of stoves, grills and even utensils used to prepare the food which is cooked over a candle flame. The dishes during filming were reduced to just 5.5cm. This was to show that there is indeed “no detail too small”, which is the name of its campaign.
Singapore Airlines specifically hired a food artist who specialises in miniature food to replicate mini versions of in flight meals. The airline is one of the best when it comes to providing a truly 5-star customer service, and hence for the quality of service they provide, their fares also tend to be slightly higher than most other airlines (even for Economy Class as well).
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