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21 March 2016
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Belgian artist René Magritte is honoured with special Brussels Airlines A320 livery

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21 March 2016

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The second Brussels Airlines A320 inspired by famous Belgians includes a livery incorporating elements from surrealist artist René Magritte’s most famous paintings

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21 March 2016

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The Brussels Airlines A320 livery honouring surrealist artist René Magritte was designed by members of the operator’s marketing team in conjunction with the Fondation Magritte

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21 March 2016

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Two of surrealist artist René Magritte’s most famous paintings – La Clairvoyance and Le Retour – are incorporated into the Brussels Airlines A320’s special livery

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Brussels Airlines has unveiled its second A320 with a special livery inspired by famous Belgians. This aircraft is dedicated to surrealist artist René Magritte, and its exterior incorporates elements from two of his most famous paintings: La Clairvoyance and Le Retour. The A320’s interior also has undergone a surrealist makeover – featuring a flock of cloud-filled birds from Le Retour, along with the work La Belle-Société, which includes Magritte’s iconic man in a bowler hat. The A320 was designed by Brussels Airlines marketing team members in conjunction with the Fondation Magritte, and it follows last year’s unveiling of an A320 depicting well-known Belgian comic book character Tintin. 
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