flypop launches bright new promo video
Focusing on the Golden Temple of Amritsar - one of Sikh religion’s most holy places - flypop’s bright new promotional video promises to bring the “spiritual home closer than ever before.”
Made by a Stansted-based creative video agency, the stylish 40-second animated video opens with the colourful circles of flypop which will feature on its planes’ livery before talking about the service that it plans to offer customers upon launch.
“Providing non-stop direct flights to Amritsar and Ahmedabad with ticket prices from as little as £350 return, at flypop you can have precisely the flight you want” says the narrator.
Customers receive an economy class ticket and one small piece of cabin baggage as standard. However, they can choose extras such as more legroom and ‘delicious, authentic, specially made Asian meals.’
(Nino) Navdip Singh Judge, CEO and founding partner of flypop, said:
“This beautifully produced video gives a great introduction to passengers about the services that we will offer them when we launch, including cheap flights and great extra additions such as authentic Asian meals and flexible baggage options.”
flypop plans to offer direct services from London Stansted airport to India and South Asia upon launch, starting with Amritsar and Ahmedabad.
You can see flypop’s video on Vimeo here: https://vimeo.com/gingerbeardtv/download/329994602/ec748cf4a9
flypop, which plans to operate a direct service between London Stansted airport and two of India’s key cities, has so far received commitments for £2 million in funds. It has also just finished its Seed Round raise of £100,000.
All new funds will be held in a solicitor’s escrow account until the service is approved for flying. It plans to raise a total of £6 million by the end of 2019.
For more information on investing in flypop go to: https://www.angelinvestmentnetwork.co.uk/business-proposals/flypop-ltd-15-898296
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