JAL Ends Operation of ‘DREAM EXPRESS Disney100’ in Celebration of Disney’s 100th Anniversary


Japan Airlines (JAL) concluded the operation of its special design aircraft ‘JAL DREAM EXPRESS Disney100’ (Boeing 767-300ER, aircraft registration: JA615J) on January 13th.

Commemorating the 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Company, the aircraft, featuring Disney characters, began operating domestic flights on December 7th, 2022. The design included a total of 7 characters such as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Princess Elsa from the ‘Disney Princess’ series, and Woody from Pixar films. The dimensions of the design were 4.75 meters high and 36.4 meters wide on the left side, and 4.75 meters high and 37.4 meters wide on the right side, utilizing 190 decals in total. It was the 25th aircraft to showcase a Disney character design and the 12th under the ‘JAL Dream Express’ series.

The final flight was JL632, departing from Kumamoto at 3:35 PM and scheduled to arrive at Tokyo/Haneda at 5:05 PM on January 13th. Due to thunderstorms around Haneda Airport, the flight arrived at 6:15 PM. The operation period lasted for 403 days. The aircraft then departed for Singapore later that night.

Currently, ‘JAL Colorful Dreams Express’ (Boeing 767-300ER, aircraft registration: JA614J), commemorating the 40th anniversary of Tokyo Disney Resort, is in operation and is expected to continue flights until around April.

JA615J JAL DREAM EXPRESS Disney100 / JA614J JAL Colorful Dreams Express


‘DREAM EXPRESS Disney100’ pre-departure preparation on its last day of operation in Kumamoto.

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