'Frozen' Fans Can Now Basically Fly With Anna And Elsa

Nothing says Disney magic quite like domestic air travel!

What, did you honestly think that Disney was going to let their "Frozen" merchandise game go, now that two years has gone by since the 2013 smash first hit the big screen? Because nope -- it was announced on Monday (October 19) that WestJet partnered with Disney Artists and Cast Members to create a "Frozen"-themed plane, complete with Anna and Elsa on the wings and Olaf tanning himself near the cockpit.


Now of course, just because it's "Frozen" on the outside doesn't mean your journey through the skies will be ice-cold on the inside. This will be a pretty normal plane (sorry, no flight attendants dressed as Elsa serving peanuts and pretzels) minus the impressive paint job both outside and inside the aircraft. And while WestJet says its painters were inspired by Disney World, the plane will fly throughout the airline's 737 network, not only to Orlando.


Check out the video of how it was made below.