'Frozen' characters take to the sky in cool airplane design

Soon ''Frozen'' fans will be able to flurry through the sky in a plane that features Elsa, Anna and Olaf in the design. (WestJet AV)

Do you wanna ride an airplane? Soon Frozen fans will be able to flurry through the air in a special plane featuring Elsa, Anna and Olaf.

WestJet unveiled this week its newest Magic Plane inspired by the highest-grossing animated film of all time, Disney's Frozen. A timelapse gives a glimpse into the process, which WestJet says took 504 hours (21 days) straight just to paint.

The plane takes you on a journey not just through the sky but through the seasons, featuring both Elsa's ice powers and Olaf's sandcastles. On the interior, the overhead bins, bulkheads, lavatory mirrors and headrests are decorated with nature from all times of the year.

The crew, who watched the film to get in the spirit of the project, used 23 colors and 170 gallons of paint, according to WestJet. Parts of the plane are covered in special sparkling paint that will shimmer in the sun.

This is WestJet and Disney's second Magic Plane together. The first, featuring Sorcerer Mickey, was unveiled in late 2013 is expected to carry 400,000 passengers over its first five years.

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