ANA Ends Operation of Its Third ‘Demon Slayer Jet’


All Nippon Airways (ANA) will end the operation of its third special design plane, the ‘Demon Slayer Jet – San’ (Boeing 777-200ER, aircraft registration: JA745A), in collaboration with the TV anime ‘Demon Slayer’, on April 9.

The ‘Demon Slayer Jet – San’ took off for the first time on October 3, 2022. The aircraft is painted white, decorated with decals depicting the dynamic figures of the characters Tanjiro Kamado, Kyojuro Rengoku, and Tengen Uzui.

The operation of the first aircraft has already ended, and the second will end its operation on March 25. This leaves only the three ‘Demon Slayer Props’ (Bombardier DHC8-Q400, aircraft registrations: JA846A, JA844A, JA850A), which started operating in sequence from July 14, 2023, as part of the collaboration with ‘Demon Slayer’.

From March 31 to April 7, it will operate on fixed flights. Depending on the operational status, it may also operate as a scheduled flight on April 8 and 9.

■Flight Schedule
NH241 Tokyo/Haneda (07:35) to Fukuoka (09:30) / March 31 to April 7
NH246 Fukuoka (10:20) to Tokyo/Haneda (12:00) / March 31 to April 7
NH25 Tokyo/Haneda (13:00) to Osaka/Itami (14:05) / March 31 to April 7
NH30 Osaka/Itami (15:00) to Tokyo/Haneda (16:15) / March 31 to April 7
NH73 Tokyo/Haneda (17:00) to Sapporo/Chitose (18:35) / March 31 to April 7
NH78 Sapporo/Chitose (19:30) to Tokyo/Haneda (21:05) / March 31 to April 7

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