Love is in the Air. Travel Valentine’s Day Ads Through the Years

by Anthony Losanno
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It’s Valentine’s Day and for many that means roses, candy, and a fancy dinner. For others, it’s time to travel. Here are some of the best Valentine’s Day advertisements from years gone by.

Singapore Airlines: Love is in the Air(port) (2016)

Singapore Airlines released this ad in 2016. It features one of the famous Singapore flight attendants handing out valentine’s at the airport.

Ryanair: #EscapeTheNonsense this Valentine’s Day (2019)

Ryanair celebrated the holiday in its own way with an ad targeted at singles.

British Airways: A First Class Valentine (2019)

To celebrate Valentine’s day, British Airways surprised 100 customers who were upgraded from World Traveller (Economy) to First Class.

Emirates: Spreading Love on Valentine’s Day (2019)

Emirates got into the spirit of the holiday with roses handed out to passengers.

Austrian Airlines: Happy Valentine’s Day (2022)

Austrian celebrated Valentine’s Day during the pandemic with a message that love endures even in the worst of times.

Virgin Australia: Valentine’s Day (2022)

Virgin Australia deemed this the most romantic Valentine’s Day ever with loads of roses.

American Airlines: Happy Valentine’s Day: Mike + Olivia (2022)

American Airlines told the story of a couple that met on an American Airlines’ flight.

United Airlines: Love in Plane Sight (2023)

While not just for Valentine’s Day, United produced an entire rom com.

Anthony’s Take: Whether you love or hate Valentine’s Day, these ads will make you smile and warm your heart.

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