Mickey Mouse takes control of a Boeing 737-800 WestJet - "Magic Plane" livery (video)
Mickey Mouse, one of the most beloved characters created by American director and cartoonist Walt Disney, has done magic and turned a Boeing 737-800 WestJet into a "Magic Plane". It took 36 of different colors, 26 of people and 24 of days to transform a Boeing 737-800 WestJet into a true fairytale.
WestJet serves Orlando, the Walt Disney World Resort, with 39 weekly flights from Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Hamilton, London, Toronto Pearson, Ottawa, Montreal Trudeau, Halifax, Moncton and St. John's, Newfoundland. By painting this Boeing 737-800 in fairy colors, WestJet encourages Walt Disney fans to use their services.
Boeing 737-800 WestJet - "Magic Plane" (C-GWSZ) will be admired in over 80 cities. The aircraft is scheduled to fly 5 years in these colors, during which time it will be able to carry up to 400 000 passengers and will accumulate approximately 8 million Flying Km. On 3 December 2013, the plane operated the first flight in the new livery.
The two parts of the aircraft are painted with mirror elements, one in front of the other, except for a different element. You decide which one!