ANA Demon Slayer 2nd Livery

ANA’s second aircraft with “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” Livery Design Unveiled

All Nippon Airways launched the first “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” livery for domestic service on 31 January 2022. The second aircraft livery will be introduced on 25 March 2022 for domestic flights from Tokyo Haneda to destinations including Hiroshima, Matsuyama and Osaka/Itami until 10 April 2022. After which, the aircraft will be operated on routes serving locations across Japan. From February 16 onward, the initial aircraft with “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” livery will operate on domestic routes serving locations across Japan without a fixed flight schedule.

Flight NumberDepartureArrival
NH671Tokyo/Haneda 07:00Hiroshima        08:25
NH674Hiroshima        09:05Tokyo/Haneda 10:25
NH589Tokyo/Haneda 12:10Matsuyama      13:40
NH592Matsuyama      14:35Tokyo/Haneda 16:00
NH35Tokyo/Haneda 17:00Osaka/Itami     18:10
NH38Osaka/Itami    19:00Tokyo/Haneda 20:15
Flight schedule from 27 March to 10 April 2022
ANA Demon Slayer 2nd Livery
ANA Demon Slayer 2nd Livery

While the initial hull livery featured the show’s four main characters, the second aircraft depicts nine prominent characters within the “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” story. The special livery will be on the B767-300ER (aircraft number: JA608A) aircraft. As with the first aircraft, in-flight services include a limited edition headrest cover and aprons for cabin attendants as well as unique in-flight announcements by characters from the show. There will also be a scenic flight is scheduled on 25 March.

On 27 March, “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba” original memo pads will be distributed to passengers NH671 (from Haneda), NH674 (from Hiroshima), NH592 (from Matsuyama), NH38 (from Osaka/Itami).

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