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Disney's New 'Frozen' Plane Makes It Harder Than Ever To 'Let It Go'

No, Elsa will not be a flight attendant.

You can run, and you can hide, but you just can't escape the epic frostiness that is "Frozen." Not even in the sky.

Disney has unveiled a brand-new "Frozen" airplane in partnership with Canadian airline WestJet. The Boeing 737 is tricked out to let passengers take a visit to Arendelle even if they're just flying to Orlando.

The plane features a fantastical "Frozen" scene painted on the outside, with Anna and Elsa at the back and Olaf (on a beach!) at the front. There are "Frozen"-printed overhead bins, headrests, and lavatory mirrors inside. The plane will sparkle and shimmer as it moves through the air, thanks to the special paint job (and probably a little bit of magic, duhh).

WestJet
WestJet
WestJet
WestJet
WestJet
WestJet

"If this plane can make someone smile, then I think I've done my job," said WestJet creative designer Dzung Tran.

The aircraft, which joined WestJet's fleet on Sunday, will fly to the airline's many hubs around North America. That naturally includes Orlando, the soon-to-be home of a new "Frozen" ride at Epcot's Norwegian pavilion:

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