WATCH: Japanese Airline Unveils Its First Official 'Star Wars' Jet
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.