You can’t go anywhere nowadays without seeing Elsa, Anna, and Olaf. As you as you leave the house, a little girl with a Princess Anna backpack will walk by or “Let It Go” will start playing at the store. Now, Frozen is taking to the skies.
Canadian airline WestJet worked with Disney to design a Frozen-themed airplane to bring lucky Mouseketeers to Disney World in Florida. The aircraft perfectly displays the contrast between snowy regions and sunny Florida with Elsa working her magic at the tail of the plane while Olaf relaxes on his beach at the front. Even inside the cabin, the decor goes from wintry at the back of the plane to sunny at the front. Passengers will be able pass the time on their flight by watch on-demand Disney movies. Sounds like an awesome vacation before you even reach your destination.
Over 170 gallons of paint were used on the Frozen-themed plane, the second plane inspired by Disney (the first features Mickey Mouse, naturally). Painters from Canada, the United States, and Germany worked with 23 colors to create this flying artistic masterpiece. Oh, and let’s not forget that there’s plenty of sparkle.
I’m so impressed, I think I would even deal with the inevitable crying children on this plane to see it for myself.
[Images via Twitter]