Are you a major Star Wars fan who has already experienced the Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge at Disneyland in Anaheim, California or Disney's Hollywood Studios at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando (or both!)? The Star Wars land in Orlando only recently opened at the end of August while the one in Anaheim opened first back on May 31 of this year.

If you are a huge fan of Star Wars, you will be stoked to know LATAM Airlines Group has just unveiled the stunning Star Wars-inspired livery on its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft.

According to LATAM, the attention-grabbing livery was aptly designed by Disney's creative team and Lucasfilm. The livery - lovingly painted using stencils - pays homage to the Star Wars stormtroopers of the First Order.

In case you are already planning to fly on LATAM's First Order stormtroopers-inspired aircraft, keep in mind the carrier will operate the plane on routes between Brazil's São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport and destinations the likes of Orlando, Miami, Madrid, Paris and Frankfurt.

The plane, with its retrofitted cabin, can accommodate a total of 410 passengers. Business Class passengers can look forward to flying in greater comfort thanks to the new Thompson Vantage XL seats that recline fully and the carrier's new and improved 1-2-1 configuration that offers all passengers in the Business Class cabin direct aisle access.

Economy Class passengers can also look forward to new seats, though they have a 3-4-3 configuration just like before. Those who want to enjoy slightly more legroom and priority boarding can choose the LATAM+ seats.

In any case, the flights operated using LATAM's ‘stormtrooper plane' will run beginning sometime in October, so fans don't have to wait too long to hop aboard the aircraft.

Denise Bay is a staff writer at GET.com. Email: denise.bay@get.com.