How to Track all the Star Wars Aircraft

Special Star Wars liveries now adorn six aircraft across four airlines, with United Airlines being the latest adding Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker special livery to a Boeing 737, and here’s how you can track all six aircraft.

United — The Rise of Skywalker

United Airlines’ 737-800 registered N36272 now wears a special The Rise of Skywalker livery featuring a blue lightsaber and United titles on the left side of the aircraft and a red lightsaber and United titles on the right.

LATAM — Stormtrooper

LATAM’s 777-300ER PT-MUA has the world’s tallest stromtrooper painted on its tail as well as a stormtrooper helmet nose. The livery is coordinated with the Walt Disney World Galaxy’s Edge attraction.

Virgin Atlantic — Millennium Falcon

Virgin Atlantic’s 747-400 G-VLIP also promotes Galaxy’s Edge with a massive Millennium Falcon painted on both sides of the aircraft.

ANA — the Droids you’re looking for

ANA was the first to paint an aircraft in a special Star Wars livery and has gone on to paint a total of four aircraft in Star Wars-themed liveries. One, however, has since been repainted into standard ANA livery.

R2-D2 – 787-9 JA873A was the first to wear a special Star Wars livery and is painted to look like R2-D2.

BB-8 – The second aircraft to be painted in a droid livery is 777-300ER JA789A, which wears a BB-8 livery.

C-3PO – The third ANA droid is C-3PO painted on JA743A. This 777-200ER flies domestically in Japan, while the other two ANA droids fly international routes.

Happy tracking!