Psssst, hey you… I got a confession. This is just between us, but… I love Frozen! 🙂 So for all those secret Frozen lovers out there, this one’s for you!
Canadian airline WestJet has custom-painted a “Frozen”-themed plane with beloved characters Anna, Elsa and Olaf on the inside and out.
The painters covered a Boeing 737 with more than 170 gallons of paint from nose to tail in Fort Worth, Texas. Rotating six-person crews worked 12-hour shifts for 21 days straight to finish the whimsical job.
Their midair mural tells a story, similar to WestJet’s 2013 “Sorcerer Mickey”-themed plane. The Arendelle princess sisters appear on the tail of the aircraft, where Elsa waves her hands to create magical snowflakes that travel the length of the fuselage to the warm front of the plane, where Olaf the enchanted snowman suns himself on a beach.
The inside of the plane features decals on the overhead bins and headrest covers that transition through the seasons, starting with summery sunflowers in the front of the plane that transform into icy snowflakes toward the back.
The “Frozen” plane will operate flights throughout all 737 WestJet networks, starting in Orlando. It is unclear when service will begin.