WestJet Debuts New ‘Magic Plane’ Featuring Sorcerer Mickey

WestJet recently unveiled its newest custom-painted aircraft and this one features Sorcerer Mickey and has been dubbed the "Magic Plane."

The aircraft was unveiled on December 2 by WestJet, WestJet Vacations, and Walt Disney Parks & Resorts (Canada) and made its inaugural flight on December 3 from Calgary to Orlando.

The Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 features Sorcerer Mickey on the tail and swirling stars around the fuselage and wings, and images of fireworks over Cinderella's Castle. WestJet says the images on the two sides of the aircraft are mirror images in all aspect but one. And it's up to the guests to discover the difference.

The plane's design includes 36 paint colors and took 24 people 24 days of working around the clock to paint the Magic Plane. Inside guests will find custom-designed star head covers and on each flight guests will be served cookies in the shape of Disney characters.

The Magic Plane will fly WestJet's domestic, trans-border, and international network including 39 flights each week from Canadian cities to Orlando.


Brenda Alu Novielle wrote on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 16:20:

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my dream to fly on this plane

JOANNE DESCHENES wrote on Mon, 12/23/2013 - 16:43:


I wish that they would open Disney World sometime for adults only (25+ age).

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