It's not quite the Millennium Falcon, but this is still pretty awesome.

Japan's All Nippon Airways (ANA) teamed up with Boeing over the weekend to unveil its first official "Star Wars"-branded aircraft.

The 787 Dreamliner is painted like iconic droid R2-D2, who was in attendance along with C-3PO for the event at Boeing’s facility in Everett, Washington, on Saturday.

According to the ANA Star Wars Project website, the R2-D2 jet will make its first flight between Haneda and Vancouver on Oct. 18.

ANA and Boeing also introduced two other "Star Wars" plane designs. One features new droid BB-8, who will appear in the upcoming "Star Wars: The Force Awakens." The third jet is more generally "Star Wars"-branded and features both droids.

Watch the unveiling above and see photos of the R2-D2 jet below.

R2-D2 ANA JET Roll-Out! R2-D2 ANA JET has first met the public yesterday at Seattle. The characters of STAR WARS...

Posted by All Nippon Airways on Saturday, September 12, 2015