Japanese carrier, All Nippon Airways (ANA) uses the Star Wars: The Force Awakens momentum to announce its five-year Star Wars Project. The exciting feature showcases a new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner in R2-D2 livery.
The airline has a partnership with Cartoon Network Amazone. For Star Wars Project enthusiasts, there’s a dedicated ANA website that offers basic details, hosts a video, and gives us a glimpse of what it would look like when R2-D2 takes flight. You can’t miss the iconic theme song that keeps visitors wanting more.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens will head to screens on December 18, and this time around, it is a Disney offering. With R2-D2 rising to the challenge each time, ANA Jet project takes flight on international routes in the Fall of 2015. ANA Star Wars Project is a 5 year plan. R2-D2 livery is a fitting match to ANA’s blue logo and design on the main fuselage. The Airlines introduce its R2-D2 design to Star Wars fans at Anaheim yesterday at a movie-themed event. Unfortunately, R2-D2 Dreamliner will not be carrying us to a galaxy far away anytime soon.
Designer Jon Sibal took the opportunity to reveal his Stormtrooper Lamborghini Huracan render. Whether or not the solo Stormtrooper is Finn or not, isn’t known. Until you read further into what The Force Awakens, May the Force be with you, and also with this Stormtrooper in a Lamborghini Gallardo LP550-2.
At the end of march 2015, it was confirmed ANA had finalised an order for three 787-10 Dreamliners, going on to be the first Asian airliner to operate all three 787 offerings in its fleet. The order listing price stands at $900 million. ANA was the first to take on a 787, and operates 34 Dreamliners. 49 more 787s will join the ANA fleet.