easyJet and London Luton Airport created a world-first airplane light show for Christmas. (Photo: easyJet)
This airport decided to be a little extra for the festive period.
Staff at London's Luton airport roped in easyJet to help put on a one-of-a-kind light show, reports the Daily Mail.
Ten engineers over 2.4km of lights and 850 000 sequences helped decorate an Airbus A320 for the airport staff and their families, as well as children from local primary schools. It took four weeks to design and create the light show.
The show was set to Tchaikovsky's Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy, ending off with a big 'ho ho ho' from the Father Christmas pilot.