Japan Airline Collaborates with Universal StudiosPhoto Credit: Nintendo Wire

Japan Airlines teamed up with Universal Studios Theme Park and launched “NO LIMIT!”, an exclusive Universal Studios themed aircraft showcasing iconic characters.

Most of the characters portrayed made an appearance at the aircraft’s inauguration event held on January 11, 2022 at JAL Engineering Osaka Aircraft Maintenance Center.


Japan Airline Collaborates with Universal Studios

Since 2015, Japan Airlines has been the official airline of Universal Studios Japan, with the airline sponsoring the park’s Despicable Me: Minion Mayhem attraction.

In 2017 and 2019, the companies worked together on two Minion-themed aircraft to market the ride.

The aircraft (registered as JA252J) will fly on E190 aircraft routes, with precise itineraries and flight numbers to be disclosed on the JAL website the evening before the trip.

JAL2207 flight from Osaka to Sendai on January 11, 2022 was the aircraft’s debut flight.

Passengers flying domestically with Japan Airlines can fly aboard the exclusive themed aircraft.

Passengers onboard the customized aircraft could see themed inflight items such as paper cups and headrest coverings with images of their favorite USJ characters commencing February 1, 2022.

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The Minions, Sesame Street, Jaws, Super Mario, Jurassic Park, and Harry Potter are among the iconic characters shown on the specially painted aircraft.

The collaboration aircraft will be in operation until around March 2023.

To commemorate their flight, passengers will also get a special boarding certificate sticker.

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