Marlie Morrison, managing director of the Walt Disney Company (Canada) - "This aircraft takes the relationship between WestJet and Disney to a completely new level of cool, WestJet Executive Vice-President Bob Cummings said in a press release. It's a truly unique and unforgettable design that Disney Fans and WestJet guests alike will enjoy for years to come."
According to the WestJet press release, the custom paint job took 21 days of round-the-clock work to complete, with over 170 gallons of paint used to create the finished product. The inside of the plane follows the Frozen theme as well, with Frozen decals that represent the changing seasons prominently displayed on the seat headrests and the overhead bins.
The Frozen decorated aircraft is WestJet's second Disney-themed plane, the first being a 2013's "Magic Plane" featuring Mickey in his sorcerer outfit.