Do you have what it takes to create an airline livery? Alaska Air wants your design

PaintThePlane_Template.jpgHave you ever wanted to design an aircraft livery?

Here’s your chance.

This spring Alaska Airlines will unveil a new 737-700 logojet promoting Portland, Oregon soccer team the Timbers featuring one lucky artist’s design.

Visit the Timbers website for information and to download the design template to submit to them. Note the template includes the aircraft’s winglets, so be sure to extend your design to them–no bare winglets, please.

Submissions close 15 February. The aircraft will be unveiled this spring during the club’s 2011 debut Major League Soccer season.

Designing a jet livery may be a dream to some, but Alaska and the Timbers are also giving the winner two first-class tickets to Hawaii on Alaska Airlines, two club seats to the Timbers’ inaugural home match on April 14, 2011, as well as a team-autographed Timbers jersey.

The runner-up will receive two coach tickets to anywhere Alaska flies within the United States or Canada, a team-autographed Timbers jersey, and two complimentary tickets to a 2011 match of their choice (based on availability). The third-place design will receive two coach tickets on Alaska to anywhere the airline flies within the continental United States or Canada, and a $50 gift card to the Timbers Team Store or online shop. Seven additional submissions will receive honorable mentions.


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