WestJet’s Disney planes retiring. However stand by for a brand new Howdy Kitty livery from Eva Air

West Jet will retire the Walt Disney “Frozen” and “Magic Airplane” liveries

This week we’ve been poking round for cool airplane liveries and realized from Calgary-based WestJet that the service is on the point of retire the Walt Disney World Resort livery on the favored “Frozen”-themed airplane and on the “Magic Airplane” that options Sorcerer Mickey on the tail.

Based on a WestJet spokesperon, “later this yr,” the airline might be repainting these planes to match the prevailing WestJet fleet.

Excellent news for Howdy Kitty livery followers

In the event you’re a Howdy Kitty fan, there’s some excellent news.

Tawain-based Eva Air, which presently operates 4 Howdy Kitty-themed jets – Travel Enjoyable, Celebration Flight, Joyful Dream and Shining Star – says it’s “working arduous to create designs for our subsequent technology Howdy Kitty Jets” and can share information about these new particular liveries after they’re able to go.

Within the meantime, the service says it’s utilizing the 4 present Howdy Kitty jets on flights to Clark (within the Philippines), Bali and Sapporo however not on particular schedules. 

“We’re utilizing them simply as we function different plane in our fleet. A passenger on one in all these routes may find yourself on an EVA Howdy Kitty Jet or on one other plane.”


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