Qantas and Disney’s ‘Planes’ Take to Australian Skies
‘Planes’, the latest family movie from Disney Studios, is set to make its premiere 30,000 feet above the ground aboard a Qantas Boeing 767 aircraft on 7 September 2013. 254 passengers from across Australia will take-off on a once in a lifetime experience.
Qantas will be paining one of its aircraft with ‘Planes’ livery as part of its support for the film. Kids from around Australia will have the opportunity to win a seat on the plane by entering a competition which will be run by The Today Show on Channel 9 and via Qantas social media channels.
‘Planes’ will be launched in cinemas for the September school holidays and will be presented in Disney Digital 3D in select cinemas.
Disney’s ‘Planes’, an action-packed 3D animated comedy adventure, tells the story of Dusty, a crop duster with dreams of competing as a high-flying air racer. The story also features Rochelle, a confident and capable Australian plane with a kangaroo painted on her side, who got her start running mail to small towns in Tasmania and developed a knack for fast travel that ultimately inspired her to give air racing a try. Joining the cast will be Australia’s very own Jessica Marais as Rochelle, in a localised version of the feature for Australia and New Zealand.