JERUSALEM, April 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Furthering its mission to unite the Middle East by pursuing peace through economic cooperation, the Menorah Islands Project artificial island complex will share its vision for Middle East peace on a major U.S. airline throughout the months of July and August.
A shortened version of the Menorah Islands Project's captivating video, found on www.themenorahislands.com, will be aired on 4,000 flights. This airing is expected to be seen by over 160,000 first and business class passengers, according to officials from Altitude Media, which manages broadcasted content on several major airlines.
The 90-second video will take the audience through a tour of the artificial island complex concept and explain the mission of the project to the public. Viewers will enjoy a sweeping birds-eye view of the proposed artificial island complex concept, which is laid out in the shape of a menorah candelabrum in the Mediterranean Sea. Thrilling 3D imagery and vivid animations brilliantly highlight the concept for the artificial islands, from its strategically planned public squares and environmentally friendly designs to its institutions for higher learning.
The video also tours through the advanced features of the artificial island complex concept, including the advanced "green" and agricultural methods that could be utilized in the complex; the proposed travel system for light rail, boat, and vehicle access; and the unique idea to include two islands with underwater access.
For more information about the Menorah Islands Project, visit www.themenorahislands.com.
ABOUT THE MENORAH ISLANDS PROJECT:
The Menorah Islands Project is a concept for a group of nine artificial islands—seven permanent and two that emerge from the water —off the coast of Israel in the Mediterranean Sea. A beautiful place to live, work, and vacation, the Menorah Islands would be a world center for education, a model for environmentally-friendly practices, a showcase for emerging technologies, and would be a safe haven for people of all religions and races.
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