May the force be with you always? This Star Wars plane with LATAM Brazil seems to think so.
Weeks after the new “Galaxy’s Edge” area at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando opened, LATAM Brazil has released images of its Stars Wars-inspired Boeing 777-300 livery.
The 410-passenger plane’s “Stormtrooper” livery was designed by Disney’s Lucasfilm creative team and applied using stickers.
This Star Wars plane is based out of LATAM’s São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport (GRU) hub and will, naturally, fly on routes to Orlando International Airport (MCO) for visitors to Disney World starting in October 2019. It will also fly on route to Miami, Madrid, Frankfurt, and Paris according to the Oneworld member airline.
LATAM is not the only airline flying aircraft with Star Wars lively. Japan’s Star Alliance-member, All Nippon Airways, has three aircraft in Star Wars skins as part of their “Star Wars Project.” Check out their video below.
Have you seen any of these Star Wars skins in the air?
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