BCT Aviation Maintenance Support Brussels Airlines with Unique Bruegel Livery!
BCT Aviation Maintenance is thrilled to announce that our EMA Team had the privilege of completing Engineering Support on the stunning new Brussels Airlines Livery, The Bruegel.
This month on the 2nd May 2019 Brussels Airlines revealed the latest of their unique liveries The Bruegel (OO-SNE) as it arrived in Belgium.
This Bruegel will be the 6th aircraft to join the fleet of the Belgian Icons Brussels Airlines have created. Each of the six aircrafts are dedicated to something iconic to the world of Belgium, so far there has been The Aerosmurf, Amare, Trident, Magritte and Rackham.
Previously the Aerosmurf design was dedicated to the Belgian comic The Smurfs, The Amare to the Belgian annual Tomorrowland Festival, The Trident to the Belgian national Red Devils Football Team, The Magritte to the iconic Belgian artist Renè Magritte and The Rackham to the famous Adventures of Tintin created by Belgian artist Georges Remi.
The new Bruegel A320-200 is a tribute to the work of artist Pieter Bruegel the Elder, on the 450th Anniversary of his death. Pieter Bruegel was a famous artist of the 16th Centenary that contributed massively to the art history of Belgium, making the new Brussels Airlines Livery a depiction of Belgium culture which is set to stay until 2024.
For the Aircraft Pieter Bruegel’s artwork was recreated by artists Jos De Gruyter and Harold Thys using ten different pieces of artwork. The ten artworks used include Netherlandish Proverbs, The Fight between Carnival and Lent, Children’s Games, Two Monkeys, Landscape with the flight to Egypt, The Hunters in the Snow, The Harvesters, Massacre of the Innocents, The Land of Cockaigne and Conversation of Paul.
BCT Aviation Maintenance is proud and delighted to have been a part of this Brussels Airlines masterpiece and hope to continue working with them in the future.
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