Amidst all of the uproar surrounding the brand new film, Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker, multiple airlines have vowed to make dreams come true. Since United Airlines launched their Star Wars inspired 737, there is a total of six aircraft boasting the livery. We’ve laid out each of these planes below, with unique links to track each of their statuses. You’ll be able to view flight history and other interesting details highlighting their adventures through the sky. Who knows, maybe you’ll be be the next passenger!
United – The Rise of Skywalker
United Airlines’ 737-800 registered N36272 features a sleek, dark design with a blue lightsaber on its left side and a red one on its right side. Track the plane here.
Virgin Atlantic – Millennium Falcon
Virgin Atlantic’s 747-400 G-VLIP shows off the Walt Disney World Galaxy’s Edge attraction with its design. A massive Millennium Falcon is painted on either side of the plane to celebrate Star Wars. Follow the plane here.
LATAM – Stormtrooper
LATAM brings the essence of the stormtrooper to life with their 777-300ER PT-MUA. The aircraft’s tail even has the world’s tallest stormtrooper painted onto it. Its design is also coordinated with Galaxy’s Edge. Track the aircraft here.
ANA – Droids
The leader of the pack, ANA was the first to adorn their planes in Star Wars livery. Currently, the airline has three planes actively representing the franchise. They originally had a fourth, but it’s since been painted over.
- 787-9 JA873A was the first ever plane designed with the Star Wars theme. Track the plane here.
- This plane, 777-300ER JA789A is dressed in a BB-8 livery. Along with R2-D2 plane, they both fly internationally. Track the aircraft here.
- 777-200ER JA743A is the third plane in ANA’s droid series. It’s painted to mimic a C-3PO from Star Wars, and it only flies domestically in Japan. Follow the plane here.