Brussels Airlines reveals unique Magritte livery on Airbus A320

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Many VIPs this morning in hangar 41 of Brussels Airport. Brussels Airlines was presenting a very special livery on its Airbus A320 OO-SNC: the whole aeroplane is reminding of world famous Belgian painter René Magritte. This presentation was attended by Viscount Etienne Davignon, Chairman of the Board; Bernard Gustin, CEO; Belgian Transport Minister Jacqueline Galant; and Charly Herscovici, President of the Magritte Foundation, who all made an enlightening speech about the work of the greatest Belgian surrealist painter.

The livery was unanimously appreciated as being a flying piece of art rather than an aircraft, according to Ms. Galant. Viscount Davignon reminded that Magritte had travelled to New York with Sabena.

The Magritte aircraft will already operate a first flight to Madrid this afternoon.

Introductory presentation by Geert Sciot, VP Communication, Brussels Airlines
Introductory presentation by Geert Sciot, VP Communication, Brussels Airlines
Speech by Viscount Etienne Davignon, Chairman of the Board, Brussels Airlines
Speech by Viscount Etienne Davignon, Chairman of the Board, Brussels Airlines
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Speech of Ms. Jacqueline Galant, Belgian Minister of Transport
Speech of Bernard Gustin, CEO of Brussels Airlines
Speech of Bernard Gustin, CEO of Brussels Airlines, in front of a large picture of René Magritte
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Mr. Charly Herscovici, President of the Magritte Foundation

 

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