The growth of anime on Amazon does go in fits and spurts and the latest bit of growth is a welcome one. The streaming service has added the thirteen-episode series The Pilot’s Love Song, which was simulcast by Crunchyroll originally and was licensed by NIS America for home video release. The entire thirteen episode run is up on the service via TMS Entertainment and where it’s free streaming for Prime members. No purchase or rental options are available.
The series is in its original Japanese language with English subtitles only.
Plot concept: As a beautiful daughter of the noble family del Moral, Fana was proposed by Prince Carlo, who is the crown prince of their country Levamme. However, since Levamme is at war with Amatsuvian, the marriage had to wait until the war ends. Meanwhile, as a bestado, the lowest caste in Levamme, Charles had always dreamed of flying and eventually became the ace pilot of the air force. Although he was often mistreated, a glorious chance came about when the Amatsuvian bombarded del Moral’s home in order to get rid of the future empress. Charles was then entrusted with the top secret mission of delivering the princess to the prince.