Wait, Emirates' Burj Khalifa Stunt Was Real?!?!

Im speechlessEmirates incredible Burj Khalifa videoEmirates shared a video of a person in flight attendant uniform holding five signs with different phrases.This video celebrates the removal of UAE from the UK's Red List. This should increase demand for Emirates flights from & to the UK.The short video is 33 seconds long and shows a flight attendant holding signs reading:Moving the UAE to The UK Amber ListIt's made us feel goodThe World's Top PickFly EmiratesFly BetterIt looks at first like the flight attendant is standing in the sky. But, as the video ends, the camera zooms out and the person can be seen standing on top Dubai's Burj Khalifa which is the tallest building in the world.frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen>This was not a green screen. It was a green screen!This was a green screen video. It turns out that this is not true.On the Burj Khalifa's tip, there was indeed a person standing 830m (2,720ft) above the ground. The video specifically featured Nicole Smith-Ludvik, a skydiver. She is not an Emirates flight attendant but she was at the Burj Khalifa's top. A drone and helicopter company also did the filming.The skydiver describes her involvement as follows:This is without a doubt one of my most exciting and thrilling stunts. Thank you Emirates Airlines for this brilliant marketing idea. It was an honor to be a part the team.Here's what the company behind drones and helicopters had for us:It was a privilege to be part of this special project. Not only because we were trusted to bring it to life (yes this is very real), but also because of the impact on so many families that have been separated from their loved ones in the UK and Dubai. This was a project you will never forget.This is a truly amazing video. It isn't getting enough attention because it appears real. I am amazed that the airline pulled this stunt to announce the reopening for travel between the UK & UAE.This is a fact that I have now come to realize.I am experiencing severe anxiety after watching this video, and then realizing the truth.I'm still unsure how she reached the top of Burj Khalifa. Is she a skydiver, a climber, or was she dropped by a helicopter?What other items did she have with her at the top? If so, where did they go?Did she feel somehow secure while standing there?How long did it take for all this to be filmed? What was her time up there?Bottom lineEmirates posted a video showing a person dressed in flight attendant uniform standing high up at the Burj Khalifa. It is supposedly real. This is so terrifying and impressive that I think they are still getting Punkd.What do you think of the Emirates stunt that involved the Burj Khalifa