Since ANA is a major investor in Air Do, it’s not a complete surprise that The Pokémon Company signed off on these Vulpix jets.


The Vulpix Jet Hokkaido will begin service on December 1 from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, flying to locations in Hokkaido such as the New Chitose Airport, as well as the Asahikawa Airport and Hakodate Airport.

Currently, tourists are banned from entering Japan, so some readers might worry they won’t get a chance to see the Vulpix plane in real life. Don’t be. The Vulpix Jet Hokkaido is scheduled to be in service for at least five years, so international Pokémon fans should be able to experience the plane firsthand, once the country fully opens up.