As we’re closing in to the end of 2015, Google has rounded up the top travel videos of 2015. The list is made up of airline and hotel advertisements, tours of Legoland and Nepal and an interesting in-flight safety video.
Air France: ‘France in the Air’ – 87.9 million views
Air France’s 45-second promotional video, ‘France in the air’ takes the top spot and is the most watched travel clip accumulating almost 88 million hits since it first launched online in March. As a part of a re-branding campaign the video shows men, women and children swinging gracefully in a very spacious, bright and airy futuristic cabin – you wouldn’t get that kind of space even in first class.
The highly stylized ad features beautiful actors representing different aspects of the country’s culture – ending the feature with the classic French kiss.
Legoland hotel opening in Florida – 17 million views
A 24-minute video shot during Legoland’s hotel opening in Florida ranks second in the most watched travel videos of the year. The video was uploaded by family-oriented vlogger, FUNnel Vision in May, and has more than 17 million views. Before you take your flight to Florida next year, be sure to check out Legoland hotel from a family’s point of view.
Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner flying ahead of the 2015 Paris Air Show – 12 million views
Coming in third is a video of a 787-9 Dreamliner rehearsing for its performance at the 2015 Paris Air Show. The video shows the pilot pushing the jet to a near-vertical steep climb seconds after it takes off.
Delta Air Lines: ‘The Internetest safety video on the Internet’ – 9 million views
Delta manages to spice up a boring safety video with a little help from some of the internet’s most famous memes! This 6-minute video is jam-packed with references to the internet’s favorite viral stars. We won’t list the 22 memes that feature in the video, the fun is spotting them for yourself.