Qantas has painted its latest Boeing 737-800 in a special colour scheme inspired by the work of the late West Australian Indigenous painter Paddy Bedford.
The plane, the airline's 69th 737-800 is the fourth aircraft with Indigenous livery for Qantas, with more than 20 years of Indigenous livery history.
The concept is a joint initiative between Qantas, the family and estate of Paddy Bedford, Australian Indigenous design studio Balarinji and the National Gallery of Australia
Qantas will take members of Paddy Bedford's family and community to Seattle next week to take delivery of this special aircraft.
The 737-800 which was rolled out of the paint hangar yesterday will arrive in Australia on November 11.
The specially painted 737-800 will fly regularly to and within WA.