The Taiwanese airline EVA Air, which already flies five Hello Kitty-themed planes in Asia, is adding thrice-weekly flights from Taipei to Los Angeles starting Sept. 18, bringing what's called the world's cutest plane to the U.S.
On the current planes, a huge version of the garish cartoon feline perches on the fuselage in the company of other imaginary animal friends.
But it doesn't stop there. On the inside, more than 100 in-flight items bear the Hello Kitty motif, including headrest covers, baggage tags, tissues, utensils, snacks and soap dispensers.
And when you're not blowing your nose on Hello Kitty or tearing her in two to get at some peanuts, flight attendants wearing Hello Kitty aprons will sell you limited edition duty-free goods branded with the cutesy animal.
You can't even escape Hello Kitty in the bathroom, where soap and lotion bottles are emblazoned with the feline.
Seats in the B777 aircraft come with Hello Kitty seat coverings. Want a pillow? It's Hello Kitty-themed too.
Even the meals have a Hello Kitty flavor, as seen here.
Kids meals get extra special Hello Kitty treatment.
And the flight attendants wear special uniforms when serving up your food.
The Attorney General's Office is investigating the August 4th drug-related arrest of Richard Farr, the 30-year-old son of Santa Barbara County Supervisor Doreen Farr and Goleta City Councilman Jim Farr.
If you drive along the ocean or happen to be at Elings Park in Santa Barbara, you've probably noticed people flying through the air. It's a sport called paragliding and we get the birds-eye view as we go up in the air.
A large rally, with chanting and passionate speakers, took place in Santa Barbara today as part of a statewide effort to alert lawmakers in Sacramento to increase funding for services needed by the disabled.