Sky Advertisement

Sky Advertisement is an advertisement on a large banner, towed behind an airplane so that it can be viewed by people on the ground. It is an advertisement, which is made by means of an airplane when a specially designed and attractive airplane moves in the sky in carefully planned directions and angles, it emotes a special type of gas. It is an advertisement, which is made by means of air. This gas forms a complete word or sentence as the airplane moves in the prescribed directions. This attracts a large number of people of all ages.

Sky advertisement means an advertisement that is displayed on, or erected on or above, the parapet or eaves of a building. It is a marketing strategy in which an aircraft is enlisted to create or display messaging for an organization. While most would think of aerial banners as the sole form of aerial advertising, the messaging could actually incorporate a wide variety of tools such as blimps, drones, skywriting, or flogos and take on static or dynamic messaging.

Fig: Sky balloon Advertisement

Perhaps one of the most well-known forms of aerial advertising is the use of blimps, inflatable low flying airships, to advertise a logo over a large crowd of people. Blimps are eye-catching and often appeal to marketers due to the higher rate of recall compared to other forms of advertising.

Banners are another popular form of aerial advertising in which a long strip of cloth bearing a logo or slogan is attached to an aircraft. While banners have traditionally been attached to low-flying planes, drones, or unmanned aircraft, have become more popular in this form of aerial advertising due to their lower cost.

Another form of Sky advertising is skywriting, in which an aircraft uses smoke trails to write a message in the sky. This form of aerial advertising can be subject to weather conditions and is most effective on cool, humid, windless, clear days.