Wednesday, February 26, 2014

JAL winding down Disney Happiness Express ops.

Japan Airlines (JL/JAL) has gradually started to end its 'Happiness Express' operations, a collaboration of the airline and Tokyo Disney Resort to celebrate the entertainment park's 30th anniversary in 2013.
Boeing 737-846(WL) JA330J taxies for departure at Haneda. (Photo: Ryosuke Yano)

A total of six aircraft had been plying Japan's domestic skies, with the first entering service on March 29th, 2013. Two Boeing 777-246s, JA8985 and JA772J, wore blue featuring Mickey Mouse, Minney Mouse, Donald Duck, Pluto, and Goofy, while B737-846(WL)s JA329J and JA339J wore yellow with Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, and another two B737-846(WL)s, JA330J and JA332J, wore pink featuring Minney Mouse and Daisy Duck.
Boeing 777-246 JA772J at Haneda waiting for its flight to New Chitose. (Photo: Ryosuke Yano)

As of February 21st, B777-246 JA8985 and B737-846(WL) JA330J were no longer wearing the big Disney decals. All operations are to be completed on March 20th. JAL has been the official airline of Tokyo Disney Resort since 1983.

Source: JAL Happiness Express (in Japanese)

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