Jennifer Aniston has teamed up with Emirates once again! But this time, the Hollywood actress is joined by a cute new friend.
In the new promotional video for the global airline, the 47-year-old befriends Cooper, a feisty young boy who she finds playing in her opulent private suite in the Emirates First Class cabin.
Clearly trying to show off all of the brand's facilities, the two take a stroll through different sections of the cabin whilst striking up a conversation about the young boy's aspirations to becoming a pilot.
Jennifer Aniston has teamed up with Emirates once again
After taking in a drink at the Onboard Lounge at the back of the upper deck, the pair head downstairs to Cooper's surprised parents.
Jennifer then opts to stay and enjoy the Emirates' ice inflight entertainment system, while Cooper’s mother relaxes in Jennifer’s private suite.
Last year, the Friends star – who is married to American actor Justin Theroux – caused a stir after starring in the first advert, which reportedly netted her over £3million.
The footage showed Jennifer being forced to take a middle seat on an aircraft, before waking up from her "nightmare" in one of the company's lavish suites.
"A year ago, when we launched our first ad featuring Jennifer Aniston, we were overwhelmed by what a social phenomenon it became," said Boutros Boutros, the airline's divisional senior vice president for corporate communications, marketing and brand.
In the new promotional video for the global airline, the 47-year-old befriends young Cooper
"The humour resonated with audiences around the world, and the ad was viewed by millions of people, generating thousands of conversations. Fans of both Emirates and Jennifer loved her effortless charm and humour, and enjoyed a story that deviated from traditional airline advertising.
"We were overrun with requests to see Jennifer again. She has an enduring, universal appeal that is at once sophisticated, but also down to earth - a great match for our brand. This new ad perfectly captures the fun, spontaneity and glamour of flying on Emirates, and we are confident audiences will find it as memorable as the first."