It’s Sunday again, so it must be time for some more airplane art
This week – Taxing to the gate at Brussels National Airport, is a Brussels Airlines Airbus A320, painted to celebrate an important Belgian icon – in this case – The Smurfs!
Brussels Airlines operates a fleet of 15 Airbus A320 aircraft – five of which celebrate Belgian Icons or subjects including:
- Rackham (a Tintin themed aircraft)
- Magritte (dedicated to artist René Magritte)
- Trident (The Belgian football team
- Amare (Tomorrowland Festival)
- And of course, The Smurfs – the AeroSmurf.
The Brussels Airlines A320s are supported by 22 Airbus A319 aircraft, as well 5 Sukhoi Superjets operated by CityJet.
I wrote a piece on the launch of the AeroSmurf, and Brussels Airlines has a page dedicated to it – including the planned operations.
More Airplane art next week!
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