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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    Everywhere one looks inside the cabin of the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet, a Boeing 777-300 that landed in Los Angeles on Wednesday, one is surrounded by Sanrio characters.
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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    Even the in-flight meals and snacks are emblazoned with images of, or shaped to mimic, the feline mascot.
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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    Headrests, pillows, and napkins all feature a pastel palette and a cute cast of Sanrio characters, such as My Melody or Kerroppi.
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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    The smallest of details on the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet, such as chopsticks and sugar packets, are themed.
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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    Flight attendants inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet don pink aprons and sideswept bangs.
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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet's business-class section, Sanrio character Badtz-Maru presides over sleek, grey amenities.
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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    Travelers who want to take home a piece of Hello Kitty merchandise can shop from an exclusive, limited edition line of duty-free items designed especially for the "Hand-in-Hand" jet.
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  • Inside the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet

    You're never truly alone in the Hello Kitty EVA "Hand-in-Hand" Jet. There's even a friendly face inside of the washrooms: Hello Kitty toilet paper.
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