Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) will paint one of its Boeing 777 widebody jets in the likeness of Star Wars character C-3PO.
The C-3PO jet will become the fourth Star Wars-themed plane to fly for Japan’s biggest airline. Those already flying for ANA include:
A Boeing 787 painted like R2-D2
A Boeing 777-300ER painted as BB-8
And a Boeing 767-300 that features the images of both R2-D2 and BB-8
This newest Star Wars aircraft will begin flying domestic routes in Japan in March 2017, according to ANA.
The sci-fi paint schemes are part of ANA’s ongoing “Star Wars Project,” a five-year agreement with The Walt Disney Company, the entertainment corporation that owns the rights for the space saga franchise.
In addition to the unique plane paint schemes, the design initiative also involves adding movie-inspired images onboard the Star Wars aircrafts, such as: