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Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt arrive in Tokyo with their children

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie landed in Haneda International Airport in Tokyo on Sunday with their children, Pax and twins Knox and Vivienne.

With Angelina Jolie, 38, stopping to sign a few autographs for the cheering crowd, it’s no wonder an airport’s arrivals lounge is considered one of the happiest places to be.

Wearing all black with large sunglasses, Angelina Jolie looked stylish but also glowed with good health as her thick brunette hair shined over her shoulders.

Brad Pitt was equally gleeful, but opted for muted earth tones of khaki, grey and beige for his travelling attire.

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie landed in Haneda International Airport in Tokyo with their children, Pax and twins Knox and Vivienne

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie landed in Haneda International Airport in Tokyo with their children, Pax and twins Knox and Vivienne

Intrigued by the ecstatic welcome to Tokyo from the Japanese fans of his starry parents, Knox grinned at the crowd as he held his father’s hand while walking through the airport.

Angelina Jolie may well have been the pilot on their flight following the reports that Brad splashed out on a private jet for his love.

According to Heat magazine, Brad Pitt, 49, bought the aircraft for his fiancée, who has held a pilot’s license since 2004, so that the couple could see each other more often, while they film movies on opposite sides of the world.

Brad Pitt is in London shooting World War II drama Fury, as Angelina Jolie directs her own war flick called Unbroken in Hawaii.

However, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt took a break from filming to fly with three of their children to the East to hit another destination on the World War Z promotional trail.

Despite production delays and massive production costs, the zombie movie exceeded expectations buy topping the global box office upon it’s opening at the start of July.

In the first 10 days, World War Z secured $263 million worldwide, before it had even opened in France, Germany and Japan.