ANA to End Operation of ‘Demon Slayer Jet’ Second Aircraft

All Nippon Airways (ANA) will terminate the operation of its special design aircraft, the ‘Demon Slayer Jet -Ni-‘, a Boeing 767-300ER with the registration number JA608A, on March 25th.

The ‘Demon Slayer Jet -Ni-‘ was launched on March 26, 2022. The aircraft, which features characters such as Giyu Tomioka and Kyojuro Rengoku, known as the ‘Pillars’, the highest-ranking swordsmen in the Demon Slayer Corps, on both sides of the fuselage, uses 120 decals in total, 60 on each side, with each side’s design measuring approximately 3 meters in height and 32 meters in length.

The operation of the first aircraft has already ended, and what remains are the third aircraft ‘Demon Slayer Jet -San-‘, a Boeing 777-200ER with the registration number JA745A, which commenced service on October 3, 2022, and three ‘Demon Slayer Props’ Bombardier DHC8-Q400 aircraft with registration numbers JA846A, JA844A, JA850A, which started operating sequentially from July 14, 2023.

From March 16th to 25th, the aircraft will be operated on fixed flights. There is also a possibility that it will be operated as a regularly scheduled flight on March 26th, depending on operational circumstances.

NH603 Tokyo/Haneda (07:50) to Miyazaki (09:40) / March 16th-21st & 25th
NH608 Miyazaki (10:20) to Tokyo/Haneda (11:50) / March 16th-21st & 25th
NH1087 Tokyo/Haneda (12:30) to Yonago (13:55) / March 16th-21st & 25th
NH1088 Yonago (14:35) to Tokyo/Haneda (15:55) / March 16th-21st & 25th
NH627 Tokyo/Haneda (16:40) to Kagoshima (18:35) / March 16th-21st & 25th
NH630 Kagoshima (19:20) to Tokyo/Haneda (21:00) / March 16th-21st & 25th

NH381 Tokyo/Haneda (06:55) to Yonago (08:20) / March 22nd-24th
NH384 Yonago (09:00) to Tokyo/Haneda (10:15) / March 22nd-24th
NH563 Tokyo/Haneda (11:00) to Kochi (12:30) / March 22nd-24th
NH566 Kochi (13:10) to Tokyo/Haneda (14:25) / March 22nd-24th
NH557 Tokyo/Haneda (17:20) to Hakodate (18:40) / March 22nd-24th
NH558 Hakodate (19:20) to Tokyo/Haneda (20:50) / March 22nd-24th

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