Southwest Airlines and Walt Disney World Resort have joined together to celebrate their 50 year anniversaries.
Mickey and Minnie Mouse were on hand to unveil Southwest's specially painted Boeing 737-700.
The unveiling of the co-branded aircraft at the Southwest Airlines Technical Operations Hangar in Houston featured cast members from Walt Disney World Resort, which is younger than Disneyland in California, performing iconic songs that celebrate treasured history, as well as 'The Magic is Calling' - an anthem to the Walt Disney World Resort 50th anniversary.
This special aircraft also has a Disney themed interior, with overhead bins and window shades marked with Disney characters. The aircraft will fly the Southwest network through until March 2022.
Southwest has previously flown other special liveries including one which had the aircraft painted as an orca whale to promote Sea World.
The airline's competitors have also flown with themed liveries of their own.
United Airlines had a special Star Wars livery, and Alaska Airlines has a special rainbow painted aircraft which carries the message "Fly with Pride".