Japanese carrier ANA’s third and final “Flying Honu” Airbus A380 rolled out from the airframer’s paint shop in Hamburg on 24 January.
The latest example is due to join ANA’s two in-service A380s on the Tokyo-Honolulu route in July.
All three are painted with special liveries depicting the Hawaiian green sea turtle.
The first two superjumbos feature blue and green colour schemes respectively.
Say hello to @flyANA_official’s 3rd #A380 🐢, freshly out of our paint-shop. In the coming months, all flights on the popular Tokyo Narita-Honolulu route will be with an A380! pic.twitter.com/l4LZsJTXQ1— Airbus (@Airbus) January 27, 2020
The carrier took delivery of its first A380 in March 2019, and its second in May.
ANA currently flies between Tokyo and Honolulu 10 times weekly with the A380; Boeing 777-300ERs operate the remaining four weekly flights.