“It is important to me that as we build, we build together,” Davis said to employees prior to when the vote was announced. “It is imperative that we not only listen to the feedback of our customers, but also the expertise and input of our most valued asset – you!”

All new planes expected to enter the airline’s fleet will bear the new livery and will also update its existing fleet according to the airline’s repainting schedule.

As part of its transformation, the airline has also announced that it will be adding 21 seats to its aircraft and plans on eliminating all first class seats.

It is worth noting that Sun Country isn’t the first airline to allow its employees to have a say in its new livery.

In 2013, American Airlines allowed its employees to vote on whether modifications should be made to its existing livery after it was met with criticism.

Similarly, Allegiant Air also allowed its employees to vote on a new livery to be adopted on the airline’s new Airbus aircraft.