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South African airline Kulula Air got a lot of press when it rolled out Flying 101, a Boeing 737 scribbled with pithy comments and instructions for use. It’s not the first time Kulula has embraced humor when decorating planes. It once covered a plane in camouflage and painted "No one saw us coming" on the fuselage.

South African airline Kulula Air got a lot of press when it rolled out Flying 101, a Boeing 737 scribbled with pithy comments and instructions for use. It’s not the first time Kulula has embraced humor when decorating planes. It once covered a plane in camouflage and painted "No one saw us coming" on the fuselage.

CP Air Boeing 737-200 on final approach at Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. 1971

CP Air Boeing on final approach at Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada.

Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) Boeing 737-883 (registered LN-RRH; named "Freja Viking") powering up to take-off speed while departing Åre-Östersund, December 2009. (Photo: Simon Brygg)

named "Freja Viking") powering up to take-off speed while departing Åre-Östersund, December (Photo: Simon Brygg)

https://flic.kr/p/8MBN3c | Air France Airbus A 380-800 F-HPJD

This inspires me because I am a big airplane person and I have always wanted to go inside the world's biggest airliner: The Airbus

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