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Brussels Airlines' Refreshed Tomorrowland Special Livery

DALLAS — Brussels Airlines (SN) has unveiled a new refreshed special livery dedicated to the globally recognized EDM Festival Tomorrowland, celebrated every year in the country.

The design, referred to as “Amare”, is part of a series of special schemes applied on Airbus A320 family aircraft which showcase around Europe the cultural heritage of Belgium, including the art work of René Magritte, or the famous comic saga of Tintin, among others.

The new “Amare” livery was applied to a brand-new Airbus A320neo delivered to SN in December 2023. On April 8, 2024, it was ferried to Nottingham Airport (EMA), in the United Kingdom, where it went through 16 days of a careful painting process to achieve the outstanding paint work it features today.

Both the interior and exterior of the aircraft present very careful details, perfected during more than two weeks of painting. Photo: Brussels Airlines

Tomorrowland Partner Since 2012

During the presentation ceremony, held on April 25 at Brussels-Zaventem Airport (BRU), the CEO, Dorothea von Boxberg stated that the Belgian flag carrier has been supporting Tomorrowland since over a decade now.

“Brussels Airlines has been a proud partner of Tomorrowland since 2012 and I am happy to announce that we will extend this partnership until 2028," said Brussels Airlines CEO, Dorothea von Boxberg.
This A320neo is scheduled to debut on April 26. Photo: Brussels Airlines

The Airbus A320neo is scheduled perform its commercial debut with the updated scheme on April 26. The A320neo will debut on the regular service connecting BRU with Tenerife-South Airport (TFS) as flight SN3782, taking off at 18:00 Central European Time.

The featured image showcases the presentation ceremony of the new livery which is themed around the fantasy atmosphere linked to the Tomorrowland Music Festival.

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