New Pokemon Jet Revealed by ANA, and It’s All About Eevee

Published: June 24, 2023 9:03 PM /


Pokemon Eevee Jet NH

Today ANA has revealed another Pokemon Jet in collaboration with the Pokemon Air Adventures project, and this one is all about Eevee. 

The new airliner, aptly named Eevee Jet NH, will sport an asymmetric paint job showcasing Pikachu followed by Eevee and its evolutions, Vaporeon, Flareon, Graceon, Jolteon, Umbreon, Leafeon, Sylveon, and Espeon. 

It's a Boeing 777-300ER designed for intercontinental flights. Specifically, the paint scheme will be added to a 13-year-old specimen with registration JA784A, delivered in December 2009. At the moment of this writing, it still has not been repainted, and it's flying over Kazakhstan having departed earlier today from London Heathrow to Tokyo Haneda.

That being said, you can already see the planned livery in its entirety below. 

Pokemon Eevee Jet NH
The Eevee Jet NH is all about Eevee and its evolutions. 

If you're wondering about the name,  NH" is ANA's IATA code used to label its flights. It stands for Nippon Helicopters, a relic of the airline's original purpose. 

The new livery will enter service on August 31 and will be based in Tokyo, from where it'll fly to North American and European destinations. 

This is the second Pokemon Jet that Ana will operate at the same time, with the Pikachu Jet NH launched earlier this month with the inevitable super-cute celebration.

ANA is actually the airline that started this kind of cross-promotion with the Pokemon franchise all the way back in 1998 with a Boeing 747 and two Boeing 767. Yet, it has been seven years since the latest Pikachu Jet flying for the popular carrier was retired. Since then, the trend has been the domain of smaller airlines, at least in Japan.

The most popular of the Pikachu Jets all also belonged to ANA, and was the the beloved "Pikachu Jumbo" JA8957 launched in 2004. It was the most visually striking due to its massive size and bright yellow livery. Unfortunately, it was retired in 2013 among emotional farewells by its many fans. 

Currently, there are five Pokemon jets in operation in Japan, two among the other four are operated by Skymark focusing on Flying Pikachu, one by Air Do focusing on Vulpix, and the "Nassy Jet" dedicated to Eggxecutor operated by Solaseed Air. The trend has actually extended outside of Japan as of late, with airliners operated by China Airlines in Taiwan, Scoot in Singapore, and T'way in South Korea. 

If you're interested in the games belonging to the popular franchise, Pokemon Scarlet & Violet is currently available exclusively for Nintendo Switch and we just saw a new trailer for its upcoming DLCPokemon Sleep is also coming this summer.

Incidentally, if aircraft are your drift, you can check out our daily Microsoft Flight Simulator news coverage, to keep you updated on the many add-ons coming and released for the sim.


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