Japanese airline will introduce Star Wars themed livery on it's 797-9 Dreamliner aircraft.
Star Wars fever is at an all time high right now and Japanese airline All Nippon Airlines have seized the opportunity to announce it's new range of Star Wars planes. The airline will run a five year project with a number of designs being added to it's fleet, all based on classic Star Wars icons. The first images and a video have been released and show their Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in an all new R2-D2 livery.
This is a no brainer for the company, who wouldn't want to fly in a Star Wars plane after all, and the design is really cool.
We will see the incredible aircraft in the skies as early as this Autumn and the airline are predicting a massive increase in ticket sales, with fans no doubt willing to travel for the chance to ride in the plane.
You can see the launch video below.
The project will be launched just in time for the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens which hits cinemas this December and has just received it's second incredible trailer.
Which routes the plane will be operating on is currently unknown but we are certainly up for a little trip to fly on ANA's stunning plane.
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