Qantas will take to the skies this November with its first indigenous livery in over a decade. The Aboriginal-themed Boeing 737-800 will feature the work of a recognised West Australian indigenous artist, as part of the airline’s ‘Flying Art’ series, The Australian reported. Qantas continued the trend in 1995 with Nalanji Dreaming and again in 2002 with Yananyi Dreaming. Australia’s national carrier introduced its first aircraft with indigenous livery – Wunala Dreaming – in 1994, painting a Boeing 747-400 with motifs from Northern and Central Australia. Qantas is working on the series with Adelaide’s Balarinji Design Studios. The new 737-800 will be painted in Seattle, Washington at Boeing’s factory. Source = ETB News: P.T.