Airline Thai Smile has unveiled its new livery featuring "Adventure Time" stars Jake and Finn. The airline, a Thai Airways subsidiary, introduced the livery as part of a partnership with Cartoon Network Amazone, a water park based in the Thai resort city of Pattaya. Click on for more wild airline paint jobs.
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Tintin on Brussels Airlines —
The Brussels Airlines A320's special livery is inspired by the Tintin comic book. It'll remain in place until 2019.
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Southwest Airlines —
Southwest Airlines introduced a new red, yellow and blue color scheme, and a heart to represent the care the carrier puts into its product in 2014.
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Bear necessities —
Frontier Airlines redesigned its fleet as well in 2014. The trademark array of animals on the tail have remained, though the carrier has reverted to an older version of the Frontier logo. Both Southwest's and Frontier's redesigns were leaked on Twitter ahead of the official announcements.
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Back in black —
Earlier in 2014, Air New Zealand introduced new all-black livery, featuring a decorative emblem of a New Zealand fern. The all-black design was reserved for the delivery of the carrier's first 787-9 aircraft.
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A different 'Dragon Air' —
Over the years, Air New Zealand has gained considerable attention for its Lord of the Rings and Hobbit branding. Calling itself "The official airline of Middle Earth", the carrier introduced cinema-themed decals, like Smaug (pictured) to coincide with the release of each movie.