La Compagnie Partners with Artist Kevin Lyons for Flying Art Gallery

Kevin Lyons x La Compagnie

La Compagnie, the exclusively business class boutique airline, has partnered with New York street artist Kevin Lyons to launch the first flying art gallery on April 21, 2017. Taking inspiration from the personalities of passengers on La Campagnie flights, Lyons has created a pop-up exhibit: a moving gallery of 40 characters to reinvent the 80 windows of the airline's aircraft. The portrait gallery will be debuted on flight B0100—from Paris to New York—on April 21, 2017. Lyons will be onboard to meet and greet passengers and offer travelers special amenities including, a mini magazine detailing the work and personal drawings to keep. 

With the airborne exhibit scheduled to run through May 19, La Compagnie and Lyons are inviting fans and US travelers to preview four of the "passengers" created for the exhibition and have the opportunity to win two free round-trip business class tickets onboard La Compagnie. From now until April 19, 2017, travelers can enter by viewing the flying art gallery on Facebook and tagging the friend they'd like to travel to Paris with. Additionally, from April 21 to May 19, 2017, passengers onboard a La Compagnie flight will have a chance to wine two free round-trip business class tickets by snapping a photo of their window art while flying and tagging it with the hashtag #KevinLyonsxCo. 

For a limited time, La Compagnie is offering discounted round-trip flights to Paris. The FRENCH SUMMER offer will make 1,000 tickets available for $1,300 round-trip per person. The special is available from May 9 through Aug 31, 2017. Tickets are available for purchase now until supply runs out.

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Carly Cox previously held multiple senior sales positions with The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester, Washington D.C., Georgetown and Amelia Island.