WestJet unveils Magic Plane

CALGARY- The excitement of a trip to the happiest place on earth can now start as soon as you get on the plane.

On Monday, WestJet unveiled a custom-painted Boeing that features Mickey Mouse himself as ‘Sorcerer Mickey.’ The jet’s first flight will be between Calgary and Orlando, Florida with members of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada bound for Disney World for a few days of fun at the resort.

The special plane will then be used to fly guests to both Disney Land and Disney World.

“With the Magic Plane, we are soaring to new heights, offering guests of all ages the chance to share the skies with one of the world’s most beloved and iconic figures,” said WestJet president Gregg Saretsky in a statement. “We also look forward to having fun with our guests on the ground as they see the Magic Plane flying over their communities and at airports across our expanding network.”

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When guests actually board the plane,  they’ll be offered cookies in the shape of Disney characters. The leather seats also have stars on the headrests.