Canadian airline company WestJet has unveiled its Frozen-themed airplane.
Disney teamed with WestJet to give the Boeing 737 a makeover featuring Anna, Elsa, and Olaf, and it took 21 days of 12-hour rotations to finish the paint job,
"This aircraft takes the relationship between WestJet and Disney to a completely new level of cool," said Bob Cummings, WestJet Executive vice-president, commercial.
"Two years ago, we launched the #MagicPlane, our first Disney-themed aircraft, and no matter where it flies throughout our network, it is the most-anticipated and most-photographed aircraft in WestJet history. Today, we are proud to team up with our great friends at Disney to create a sequel like no other."
Marlie Morrison, managing director, The Walt Disney Company (Canada) Ltd., Parks & Resorts, added: "To see our vision come to life is so exciting, as we collaborated on this project for over a year.
"Only a very small group of us knew and we had to keep our secret under wraps… or should I say, on ice. It's a truly unique and unforgettable design that Disney fans and WestJet guests alike will enjoy for years to come."
Check out the unveiling of the Frozen plane below: