BALTIMORE (WJZ) — You’ve seen a bird fly, you’ve seen a plane fly too. But have you ever seen an elephant on a plane fly?

Dumbo, the popular Disney elephant, will be seen on Spirit Airline’s Dumbo-themed aircraft at BWI Marshall Airport on Wednesday until Thursday morning.

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The airline, working in partnership to promote Disney’s Dumbo in theaters March 2019, has this aircraft flying all over the country.

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The plane began in Orlando, continued on to San Juan, Fort Lauderdale and now Baltimore/Washington in its first day of service.

The aircraft will travel starting Thursday across the country for the next two months.

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