Originally in October 2005, EVA Air launched a campaign with Japanese company Sanrio to create the “Hello Kitty Jet,” featuring the popular Japanese character. Using the airline’s A330-200, the exterior adopted a livery of Hello Kitty characters. A year later, the airline launched a second Hello Kitty Jet. The aircraft featured a Hello Kitty motif on exterior and interior fittings and features. Continue reading to see what tyey look like inside.