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All MD-80 series aircraft that were operated by Japan Air System; (Left to Right) MD-90, MD-87, MD-81.
All MD-80 series aircraft that were operated by Japan Air System; (Left to Right) MD-90, MD-87, MD-81.
13-year old Masatomo Watanabe designed the livery of the JAS Boeing 777-200
13-year old Masatomo Watanabe designed the livery of the JAS Boeing 777-200
A Japan Air System Airbus A300-600R with the JAL "Arc of the Sun" logo on the body
A Japan Air System Airbus A300-600R with the JAL "Arc of the Sun" logo on the body
The JAL Maintenance Center, formerly the corporate headquarters
The JAL Maintenance Center, formerly the corporate headquarters
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A Japan Airlines Douglas DC-6A (named City of Nara) at San Francisco International Airport in March 1954
A Japan Airlines Douglas DC-6A (named City of Nara) at San Francisco International Airport in March 1954
JAL's first jet, the Douglas DC-8, named Yoshino, in 1960
JAL's first jet, the Douglas DC-8, named Yoshino, in 1960
A Tupolev Tu-114 in Aeroflot/JAL livery, used between Japan and Europe via Moscow
A Tupolev Tu-114 in Aeroflot/JAL livery, used between Japan and Europe via Moscow
Former Japanese Prime Minister Noboru Takeshita deplanes from a JAL McDonnell Douglas DC-10 while on a state visit to the United States in 1989.
Former Japanese Prime Minister Noboru Takeshita deplanes from a JAL McDonnell Douglas DC-10 while on a state visit to the United States in 1989.