This Star Wars plane is a great reason to go to Japan

It’s one thing to be a huge fan of certain types of pop culture like Star Wars, but the fandom goes on a whole other level when popular airlines start using their planes as canvases, turning them into flying billboards. We’ve already seen the R2-D2 plane last year at Changi Airport, as well as the BB-8 plane, but Japan’s largest airline isn’t stopping there.

As part of their five-year Star Wars Project with The Walt Disney Company (Japan), they’ve just unveiled a new addition—a Boeing 777-200 aircraft that will feature C-3PO prominently on its blank hull. ANA is the first and only airline with Star Wars characters designed on the aircrafts themselves.

Unlike the BB-8 ANA Jet, which will see flights between Narita and Singapore, the C-3PO ANA Jet will service mainly domestic routes across Tokyo, Osaka, Sapporo, Okinawa and Fukuoka. More info on ANA’s Star Wars jets here.

If you’re planning at trip to Japan, you might want to check Okinawa too.