This week’s video comes from Air New Zealand, who have a history of a great videos (including this one). With the upcoming release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, the airline here highlights its ties to Middle-earth with the help of Air New Zealand flight attendants, pilots, aircraft engineers and more, along with Kiwi Dean O’Gorman who plays dwarf Fili, and the voice of Sylvester McCoy (who stars in the movie as Radagast the Brown).
In addition to the video, Air New Zealand is also offering fans a chance to win one of four trips to either: Los Angeles to attend the premier of the film, or to New Zealand—Middle-earth itself. Enter to win here!
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