Angry Birds fly happy with Jetstar Japan

It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s… both! Planespotters in Japan are being treated to a feathery sight at airports around the country this summer

The Angry Birds don’t fly without help – usually a slingshot. But in Japan, a comfier and, dare we say, happier option for the flock is now available, thanks to Jetstar Japan.

As part of the airline’s fourth anniversary celebrations, Jetstar Japan has teamed up with Red and the rest of the flock ahead of the October Japanese release of The Angry Birds Movie. The result is a special livery Airbus A320 “Happy Jet” serving select domestic routes in Japan, and a local “happiness” promotional campaign with spokesperson Shinobu Sakagami, one of Japan’s most celebrated actors – and also the voice of Red in the forthcoming Japanese version of The Angry Birds Movie.

Planespotter and YouTuber TOP LANDING Narita  has some footage of the Happy Jet in action. Check it out – and happy travels!

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Rovio Entertainment Corporation is a Finnish, games-first entertainment company, that creates, develops and publishes mobile games and acts as a brand licensor in various entertainment and consumer product categories. The Company is best known for the global Angry Birds brand, which started from a popular mobile game in 2009. Today, the Company offers multiple mobile games, has produced The Angry Birds Movie, which opened number one in theatres in 50 countries, and licenses the Angry Birds brand to consumer products and other entertainment content.

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