Tomorrowland‘s 17th edition is just days away, meaning no less than 400,000 excited festival-goers from around the world have begun their travels to Boom, Belgium.
Helping start the party even earlier is Brussels Airlines, who have once again partnered with Tomorrowland to bring more than 10,000 attendees to the magical festival on 125 flights from 57 airports around the world.
As is tradition, seven of these flights will be completely transformed into unique “#TMLpartyflights” where passengers can enjoy an inaugural DJ set at an altitude of 30,000 feet.
The first party flight departed today, where passengers from 11 different countries were treated to the sounds of Belgian DJ Maori. The group was even able to boogie before boarding at one of the first of 11 gate parties at the Ibiza Airport.
Party flight passengers will be carried by Amare, Brussels Airlines’ special Airbus 320, which has been adorned with “extra mood lighting,” a high-end Bose sound system, and a golden eagle in the spirit of Tomorrowland’s “Adscendo” theme.
Party flight travelers are also guaranteed a relaxing return trip thanks to a special baggage drop-off point within the Dreamville campsite at the festival.
Over 180 Tomorrowland and Brussels volunteers will take luggage directly to the airport, and they can answer any questions at a designated Dreamville Service desk.
Featured image from Tomorrowland.