Brussels Airlines has a special livery series going featuring icons from Belgian culture.
They’ve painted Airbus A320s to honor the surrealist painter René Magritte and created a special livery to look like the shark submarine from the Tintin story, “Red Rackham’s Treasure.”
The other specially painted planes include Trident, the official plane of Belgium’s national soccer team, the Red Devils, and Amare, dedicated to the Belgian music festival called Tomorrowland,
Now the airline is ready to create a livery for the fifth plane in the series and seeking nominations for the new theme from the public.
Anyone with an idea for which Belgium icon image should be celebrated on the next plane is invited to send in idea.
A jury of well-known Belgians will pick two finalists and then the public will get to vote on the winner. The person whose idea is chosen will get to go behind the scenes to follow the process of painting the design on the plane and get to fly on the maiden voyage of the freshly-painted aircraft sometime in March 2018.
Deadline to submit ideas is August 21, 2017. Here are more details on how to enter the Brussels Airlines contest.
Stuck at The Airport wishes you good luck!