Yesterday, I was reading an article in LandLine magazine about this Alaska Airlines Boeing 737, 400 passenger jet, that was painted with a 120-foot-long giant king salmon across its entire length. It was done with a $500,000 government grant to the Alaska Fisheries Martketing Board to help promote the state's fishing industry.
It took a team of 30 painters and airbrush artists a total of 24 days to complete the massive mural, using 140 gallons of paint. They have affectionately named the jet the "Salmon-Thirty-Salmon."
See detailed pictures and read more about it on the Alaska Airlines website.
I guess if you miss this flight, it would definitely be considered the one that got away.