Qantas has unveiled a new ‘flying art’ as part of its fleet renewal. The airline’s Flying Art Series, launched in 1994, showcases unique liveries on its planes. The design agency Balarinji has collaborated with First Nations artists and their families to create the fuselage design for all the liveries in the series. The first Indigenous livery aircraft, named Wunala Dreaming, was a Boeing 747 jumbo jet. The article concludes with this sentence.