The weirdest planes on, or off, the earth
When was the last time you saw something bad happen to a plane with Pokemon on the side? Other than it being mercilessly mocked & ridiculed by all the other planes on the runway? If you answered "never", you are correct, because when a plane gets a hilarious makeover, that's pretty much the worst thing that's going to happen to it -- so, next time you're boarding a flight, just pray if it can measure up to one of these beauts.
A Swiss military plane that's both camoflauge and incognito.
Leave it to the Germans... those dogs.
If we understand this right, this plane is soon going to split up into four smaller planes.
...And this one will stubbornly stay exactly where it is...
... But alas, they're not real. They're just the very, very detailed and lifelike fiction of a digital artist (who clearly has almost as much time on his hands as a dude reading an article about crazy-looking airplanes).
This godforsaken beluga whale of the sky (literally, they call the Airbus Super Transporter "Beluga"), however, is all too real. Bet you didn't think a plane could make you shudder.
The Boeing Dreamlifter's no looker either... That is, unless you find the ability to carry unprecedented cargo loads attractive.
If this was real, it was totally because Air France was overcompensating for being French.
This skinny lil' Concorde might be super fast, but definitely doesn't look like it'd provide max headroom.
Your plane could have a Japanese boy band on the side. Remember that.
Wonder if Qantas knows the Aborigines have been elaborately tagging their planes again.
The thing about this plane is, while you're ogling it, it's also taking a pikachu.
Shouldn't they put that sign somewhere the pilot can see it?
Seriously, how is Kulula Airlines teaching their pilots?
Hmm. Not sure that Steamboat Willie is qualified to be piloting that Japan Airlines passenger plane.
Add placement this good for Avis really Hertz their competitors. Zing!
Doh! Show's over.