Qantas unveils Boeing 737-800 in Aboriginal livery 'Dreamtime' (video)
Qantas published the first images with a new one Boeing 737-800 painted in Aboriginal livery 'Dreamtime'. It will operate domestic flights to Australia. The new Boeing 737-800 "Mendoowoorrji" enjoys a color scheme by artist Paddy Bedford. The plane was painted in the 'Dreamtime' colors at the Boeing plant in Seattle and is due to fly to Australia next week.
It will be the fourth Boeing aircraft in the Qantas fleet in Aboriginal artistic colors, but with a less attractive livery compared to previous models.
It all started 20 years ago with one Boeing 747-400 'Wunala Dreaming'. Then another followed 747 called 'Nalanji Dreaming' and a 737-800 called "Yananyi Dreaming", painted in 2002.