Start queuing – EVA Air’s Hello Kitty flights are coming to Singapore

If you’ve spent many hours in lines outside fast food restaurants over the past 15 years, then it’s time to make room in your Hello Kitty showcase. Taiwanese airline EVA Air will be operating nine flights between Singapore and Taipei this December using their Hello Kitty Jets. Launched in 2005, the Sanrio-approved aircraft have served destinations like Japan, the United States and China, but this is the first time that they will be plying the Taipei-Singapore route.

Beyond the aircraft livery, the Hello Kitty branding extends to almost every part of your flight experience, from boarding passes to cabin crew uniforms, food, amenities, inflight shopping and even the lavatories. See for yourself on EVA Air’s dedicated Hello Kitty microsite.

The nine flights will leave Singapore on Dec 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13, 18, 19 and 20, and you can book your seats through Chan Brothers Travel, CS Travel, CTC Travel, Dynasty Travel, Green Holidays and New Shan Travel.

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