ANA launched the Star Wars Project in April 2015 after signing a five year promotion license contract for the Star Wars brand with The Walt Disney Company (Japan) Ltd.The Boeing 787 Dreamliner has been decorated to look like R2-D2, the small round robot that appears in every episode with his multi-lingual sidekick C-3PO.
The All Nippon Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner designed to look like popular “Star Wars” character R2-D2 landed in Vancouver, British Columbia on 17. October.
No doubt the aircraft will also be the first to help fly you from Japan to Disneyland’s new Star Wars Land. Suffice it to say, Star Wars fans have plenty to be excited about.