Calgary-based airline WestJet is about to become every parent’s best friend (and maybe worst nightmare) thanks to its new Frozen-themed airplane.
After 21 days of transformation by a dedicated team of painters and artists and over 642.5 litres of paint later, the 6-year-old Boeing 737-800 was unveiled at Toronto Pearson Airport on Sunday morning, Toronto Sun reports.
A YouTube video uploaded by the company shows the painstaking process it took to paint the plane, but it is now every Frozen fan’s dream, as it features two of the Disney film’s favourite characters, Anna and Elsa, on the tail of the aircraft, and Olaf the Snowman relaxing on the beach next to a sandcastle.
According to WestJet’s website, the plane’s interior also got an upgrade and now includes headrest covers and decals to match the cold-to-warm theme of the plane’s exterior, while the overhead cabins feature scenes of winter with snowflakes and progress gradually to summer scenes, which incorporate the brand’s signature sunflower.
As mesmerizing as this plane is, it’s not the first collaboration with Disney that WestJet has unveiled. Two years ago, the airline used Disney’s classic Fantasia as its inspiration, with the plane featuring Sorcerer Mickey.
For more, watch the plane’s transformation in the video below.