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Tomorrowland has been honoured as a Belgian icon

The brand just got its own plane...

Tomorrowland has been honoured as a national treasure by Brussels Airlines, with a branded aircraft (named Amare) created in the festival's honour. 

Three other Belgian brands have been selected to make up the promotional fleet, including the Belgian Red Devils football team, Belgian artist René Magritte and much-loved Belgian cartoon, Tintin.

On the new plane, Brussels Airlines says, "Amare, an ode to Tomorrowland, was welcomed on 23 February 2017 as the fourth Airbus A320 in our Belgian Icons series.

"Since 2012, Brussels Airlines and Tomorrowland have been bringing people together from around the world to Belgium. And that is exactly what Amare will continue to do."

Tomorrowland 2017 is set to kick off on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July in the city of Boom, Belgium.

The festival sold out in a record-breaking 64 minutes this year. 

You can watch the video for the Tomorrowland branded Airbus A320, Amare, below.