Ads for US and British airlines have gone live in the country’s capital Berlin, as part of a campaign to boost the economy.
The German-based company Airbus AG has used ads on Twitter and Facebook to promote the airline’s business flights and its frequent fliership in Germany.
The campaign has already been viewed by more than 60 million people and has already received over 300,000 impressions.
Germany is the world’s second-largest economy after the United States, with a gross domestic product (GDP) of $17.3 trillion.
Its economy was boosted by the opening of its borders to migrants and its successful unification with the rest of Germany.
Germany’s government has been criticized for being too accommodating of migrant arrivals and refugees.
The country has faced a series of refugee crises over the past two years, with hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict in Syria, Afghanistan and elsewhere.
The government has responded by closing borders and closing schools.
The first German-language ads were broadcast in the capital Berlin on Wednesday and are set to be seen by as many as 100,000 people a day in the German capital.