All aboard! Have you ever dreamed of traveling on a Eurovision styled aircraft? Corendon has offered you that opportunity since 28 February. The Boeing 737-800 from Corendon Dutch Airlines flies the Eurovision logo and the names of all Dutch winners of the Eurovision Song Contest on its hull.
Plane honours Dutch Eurovision winners
Traditionally, a new aircraft is always given a name. Especially for the Eurovision, Corendon chose the names of the five Dutch winners: Corry Brokken, Teddy Scholten, Lenny Kuhr, Teach In and Duncan Laurence. After the plane landed in Amsterdam around the morning, the pilot had to drive into a hangar immediately. There, technicians spent eight hours sticking the sticker on the plane. The unveiling took place on the same evening by Getty Kaspers, front singer of Teach In. The Boeing 747 in the garden of the Corendon Village hotel also has the Eurovision logo on its body.
In the coming months, the Boeing will fly to all Corendon destinations in Europe, Africa and Brazil. The first flight of the Eurovision Song Contest plane is to Hurghada.
What do you think about the airplane? Would you want to travel with it? Let us know in the comments or on our social media platforms!