Tom Cruise Returning in style to Abu Dhabi International Airport’s Midfield Terminal, here’s the main part Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 The film was filmed ahead of its Middle East premiere at the Mandarin Oriental at Emirates Palace.
To celebrate the film, Tom Cruise unveiled custom Mission impossible Etihad Airways Boeing 787 Dreamliner livery. As the film’s official airline, Etihad Airways will now carry the film’s branding on flights around the world.
The iconic building of the Midfield terminal is decorated with a similar theme in honor of its role in the film, where one of the most thrilling and technically complex action scenes was filmed on the building’s 315-meter-high roof .
The film will be released in theaters on July 13, 2023, marking the first time the interior of the terminal will be seen by the public. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 There are also airport-specific sets, including the Etihad First Class Lounge, and a setting in the stunning Liwa Desert.
Elena SorinAbu Dhabi Airports Acting CEO said: “We are delighted to welcome Tom Cruise, the cast and crew of Abu Dhabi Airports Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1 Return to Abu Dhabi. We are proud of our role in the film and our contribution to Abu Dhabi as an attractive destination for global talent. The scenes shown in the film are a testament to the architecture, scale and design of the iconic Midfield Terminal, inspired by elements of Abu Dhabi’s culture. “
Antonio Aldo NevesCEO of Etihad Aviation Group said: “Partnering with Mission: Impossible is a testament to the Abu Dhabi destination and what it has to offer. I am proud of Abu Dhabi and our team to showcase Abu Dhabi in the film.” We couldn’t be more proud of the emirate, our new airport and Etihad Airways’ unique attractions.”
Scenes filmed at the Midfield terminal required 21 days of prep, seven days of production on shoot, and involved 762 actors, crew and suppliers. This is the second Mission: Impossible film to be shot in Abu Dhabi. In 2018, the halo skydiving scene was filmed in the emirate with the help of the UAE military, Abu Dhabi Film Commission and twofour54.
There are no skyscrapers, motorcycle races or Super Hornet flights here, just Tom Cruise’s terrific character and performance.