Hello Kitty Airplane going to Hong Kong

One of our team members will be going to Taiwan for a short trip soon and discovered that you can even take a special Hello Kitty plane between Hong Kong and Taipei. What pleasant news. Isn’t that the dream of every kawaii-Fan? So we did a bit of research and found some articles about this. Those new cute airplanes were actually launched a couple of months ago already and give you the whole kawaii package. Not just is the airplane painted with lovely Hello Kittys from the outside, but EVERYTHING is Hello Kitty inside too. You have Hello Kitty meals, pillows, soap, paper cups, headrest covers or boarding passes. And those are just a few things. Obviously there are more than 100 in flight items. And of course they have special Check-In counters and terminals too, at least in some cities.

All you Hello Kitty Fans probably know that the Hello Kitty planes were already launched in 2005, but in 2009 they stopped service as the licensing agreement between Sanrio and Taiwan Eva Air expired. So from now on Eva Air offers 3 Hello Kitty planes again to various destinations in Asia. Wouldn’t a flight in one of these cute planes be the perfect incentive for a future trip to and within Asia? Still our team member will not be going to Taiwan in one of those special planes. But she surely hopes that she gets to see one.

A plane never looked cuter from the outside

A plane never looked cuter from the outside

Inside it gets even cuter - there are more than 100 Hello Kitty in flight items

Inside it gets even cuter - there are more than 100 Hello Kitty in flight items

The food is almost too cute to eat and all flight attendants wear Hello Kitty aprons

The food is almost too cute to eat and all flight attendants wear Hello Kitty aprons

Also the tiniest and most common items are in Hello Kitty design

Also the tiniest and most common items are in Hello Kitty design

The children's meals are especially kawaii

The meals for children are especially kawaii

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