AMAZING AIRPLANE PAINT JOBS
The airlines call them liveries, but we call them fun! Take a visual tour of some of the best custom paint jobs in the sky.
A wunala is a kangaroo, seen painted on the nose cone, among other places on this Boeing 747-400 owned by Qantas.
Seattle-based Alaska Airlines flies approximately 30 million pounds of Alaska seafood to destinations in North America and Mexico each year, so in celebration the airline painted a 737 with a silvery king salmon.
Each winter, FinnAir adds a friendly Santa Claus to its fleet.
Meet Buddy the Badger, the latest member of Frontier Airlines’ stable of animals featured on the tails of its fleet of Airbus aircraft.
The bear is the official symbol and ambassador of Berlin, and bears can be seen everywhere on this Germanwings Airbus A319, aka the Berlin BearBus.
Passengers on Southwest Airlines’ Shamu One get to ride in the belly of the beast, a plane painted like an orca.
Spirit of Disneyland II painted with Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald Duck and Pluto.
Fans of Pokemon, Jigglypuff, Squirtle, Mew and the gang can get their anime fix on the interior of this plane.