Photo gallery: ANA's three Boeing 'Star Wars' jets

Photo gallery: ANA's three Boeing 'Star Wars' jets

We've already reported on the special ANA Boeing 787, 767 and 777 aircraft dressed up in eye-catching 'Star Wars' livery.

But we heard that many readers wanted more photos – so we're sharing the entire kit of official media photos courtesy of ANA's PR team.

The ANA Boeing 787 'R2D2' Dreamliner

The first of this trio from a galaxy far, far away is a Boeing 787 Dreamliner which will begin international flights from mid-October, with Vancouver, San Jose, Seattle, Sydney, Jakarta, Beijing, Munich, Paris and Brussels all on the 'surpise and delight' schedule.

Click here to download the full R2DR livery diagram shown above as a high-resolution image [3.9MB JPEG]

The ANA Boeing 767-300 'Star Wars'

In addition, one of ANA's Boeing 767-300s will be christened as The Star Wars ANA Jet and bring together the two 'droids from the old and new Star Wars movies: the feisty R2D2 plus the all-new BB8 (shown below, from a clip for Star Wars: The Force Awakens).

BB8 features on the right flank of the 767...

... with R2D2 on the left side.

This dual-droided Boeing will mainly fly domestic routes within Japan from In November 2015.

Click here to download the full Star Wars livery diagram shown above as a high-resolution image [1.7MB JPEG]

The ANA Boeing 777-300ER 'BB8'

Little BB8 gets his own ride in March 2016 on a Boeing 777-300ER which will be seen on the busiest Japan-US routes such as New York, Chicago and Houston.

Click here to download the full BB8 livery diagram shown above as a high-resolution image [1.3MB JPEG]

All together now: ANA's Boeing 'Star Wars' family

The Force is strong in these three...

This video from ANA showcases all three of its Star Wars jets.

Also read: Three ANA Boeing jets to sport new 'Star Wars' livery

For more of this avgeek and sci-fi geek mashup, visit ANA's dedicated microsite

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David Flynn
David Flynn is the editor of Australian Business Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.
 

2 comments

  • jubbing

    jubbing

    19 Aug, 2015 06:46 pm

    That's cool from the outside - but is anything affected on the inside?

    No member give thanks

  • Frank

    Frank

    23 Aug, 2015 04:16 pm

    True - often enought, you don't even get to see the outside livery of an aircraft..

    No member give thanks

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17 Jul, 2019 02:59 am

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