Demon Slayer-themed ANA Aircraft Coming to Japan


Demon Slayer continues to take over Japan, with Japan’s largest airline, All Nippon Airways revealing a new aircraft design and promotion featuring the insanely popular manga and anime franchise.

ANA Announces Demon Slayer Partnership

All Nippon Airways (ANA) have announced a partnership with Demon Slayer featuring a B-767 jet adorned with characters such as Tanjiro Kamado and Nezuko Kamado from the anime hit series, Demon Slayer.
Domestic flights on the special aircraft are set to commence in January 2022, with a second jet to enter service within this fiscal year. Scenic flights on the aircraft are to be announced at a later date.

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Once on the plane, the Demon Slayer theme continues with a limited edition headrest cover and aprons for the cabin attendants, and unique in-flight announcements by the show’s characters.

Starting December 1, 2021, As part of the one-year partnership, ANA domestic flights will offer Demon Slayer-themed paper cups and special paper toys to children passengers. Additionally, all 26 episodes of Demon Slayer will also be shown on both domestic and international flights.

© All Nippon Airways

ANA has also announced a lottery for original Demon Slayer collaboration goods for guests travelling on ANA domestic flights during the promotional period (December 1, 2021 – January 31, 2022).

© All Nippon Airways

“We are excited to partner with Demon Slayer to generate excitement and share Japanese culture with a wider audience,” said Junko Yazawa, senior vice president of customer experience management and planning at ANA Lottery. The registration period: November 15, 2021 – January 31, 2022).

Featured Images and Information from All Nippon Airways.

If you’re a fan of Demon Slayer, make sure to check out the limited-time event at Universal Studios Japan!

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