Just when you thought you’d seen the craze over Disney’s ‘Frozen’ die down, it’s well and truly back.
The latest reveal that’ll amaze fans is from Canadian-based airline WestJet, who have collaborated with the Disney design team to create a ‘Frozen’ plane.
Yes, you heard right.
But before you judge and dismiss it completely, you should take a look because it’s a genuinely amazing achievement.
WestJet say the creative project took 21 consecutive days to complete, with a skilled team working 12-hour shifts. It doesn’t sound like a long time period, but we’re sure the workers involved would disagree.
The plane was unveiled yesterday and not only does it look stunning, it’s not just for show - it will actually be used as part of the company’s working fleet.
Just imagine taking a trip in this? Or more specifically, imagine your kid’s reaction to flying on this. Not only does it look super cool (excuse the pun) from the outside with its awesome artwork, but the attention to detail on its interior is just as impressive.
No doubt this winter (and especially over Christmas) we will see another boom in toy and DVD sales for the hit Disney musical.
Even though ‘Frozen’ was released at the tail-end of 2013, it’s continued to remain a consistent moneymaker for the Mouse House, and Christmas 2015 and 2016 and beyond looks to be no different.
You can check out a sped-up video of how the WestJet and Disney designers did the entire thing from start to finish below.
Picture credits: WestJet, Disney