The Webb Ellis cup was safely stowed for take-off and landing on this FlySafair plane

Hier kom die Bokke, in a green and gold FlySafair aircraft!

The Rugby World Cup winning Springboks will wrap up their victory parade this Monday, 11 November in Cape Town. The final showing of the Webb Ellis cup victory parade will kick off with a mini concert at City Hall and Grand Parade at 11:00.

READ: Fanfare, live music, road closures as Springboks set to wrap up trophy tour in Cape Town

After the concert, the team will take the Webb Ellis Cup on a tour of the CBD, Langa, Belhar and Elsies River.

To commemorate the incredible victory by the Springboks in Japan, FlySafair, the trusted domestic carrier of the Springboks, has updated the branding on one of its Boeing aircrafts for the commemorative Springboks Trophy Tour 2019.

The green and gold aircraft has transported our heroes across South Africa along with the Webb Ellis Cup that has been shown to millions of passionate South Africans along the way.

FlySafair

(PHOTO: FlySafair)

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The trophy travels inside the aircraft cabin, together with the Springboks, where it is safely stowed for take-off and landing.

“We are extremely proud of the Springboks and the sponsorship of our team. Sport has the ability to connect people from all walks of life, regardless of background or circumstances. It is a privilege to be able to take the team across our broad route network to share their victory with the people of South Africa,” says Kirby Gordon, Head of Sales and Distribution at FlySafair.

FlySafair has put together a special charter tour for the team, and the flights will be operated under flight number FA3212, to echo the winning score.

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