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These Are the Droids You’re Looking For—Tracking the ANA Star Wars Fleet

These Are the Droids You’re Looking For—Tracking the ANA Star Wars Fleet

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With the recent addition of C-3PO, the All Nippon Airways Star Wars droid fleet is now complete. Here’s a quick guide to tracking all four aircraft.

R2-D2

ANA’s R2-D2 787-9

Follow the R2-D2 787-9 with registration JA873A.

BB-8 (RETIRED)

ANA’s BB-8 777

Follow the BB-8 777-300ER with registration JA789A.

C-3PO (AIRCRAFT IN STORAGE)

ANA’s C-3PO 777

Follow the C-3PO 777-200ER with registration JA743A.

BB-8 & R2-D2 (REPAINTED INTO STANDARD LIVERY)

The R2-D2 side of ANA’s Star Wars-themed 767
The BB-8 side of ANA’s Star Wars-themed 767

Follow the combination BB-8 & R2-D2 767-300ER with registration JA604A.

Where they fly

The R2-D2 787 and the BB-8 777 both fly international routes from Tokyo, while the R2-D2 + BB-8 767 and C-3PO 777 are used on domestic routes. Use registration filters to track each aircraft live or visit our historical data pages to see where the droids have been.

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