Thomson Airways Christmas Plane

Dry Christmas trees may be lining sidewalks and the fruit cake may be getting old, but there’s still some holiday cheer flying around at Thomson Airways.

Last month they had a special livery on a B737-800. The carrier says its aircraft features “a Rudolph red nose and antlers, a sprinkling of snow, plus a sprig of holly and Santa on its tail”.

The aircraft was used for a 10 December charity flight. The airline explains says the charity flight sends “100 children, parents and teachers to snowy Lapland for a fairytale trip of a lifetime. These families have been chosen by our charity, the Family Holiday Association, as many have faced significant challenges recently and have not been on holiday for a number of years.” Activities includes “husky rides, snowmobiles, meeting Rudolph and his friends – and of course a visit to meet the Big Man himself!”

Europe may be dreary, but if you’re at an airport keep an eye open for this aircraft.

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