Sekigun-P.F.L.P: Sekai sensô sengen

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Sekigun-P.F.L.P: Sekai sensô sengen movie poster.

Documentary (1971)
English title: Red Army / PFLP: Declaration of World War

Starring:
Fusako Shigenobu (Herself)
Mieko Toyama (Herself)
Georges Abache (Professor Gianfranco Laudeo)
Kôji Wakamatsu (Himself)
Masao Adachi (Himself)

(Synopsis needed)


Boeing 727-89

Japan Airlines Flight 351 hijacked by nine members of the Japanese Communist League-Red Army Faction (a predecessor of the Japanese Red Army) on March 31, 1970, while flying from Tokyo to Fukuoka.
Registration JA8315, c/n 19139/255. Same aircraft seen in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. JA8315 Boeing 727-89 Yodogo of JAL-Japan Air Lines.
Reg. JA8315 Boeing 727-89 Yodogo of JAL-Japan Air Lines.
Reg. JA8315 Boeing 727-89 Yodogo of JAL-Japan Air Lines.
Reg. JA8315 Boeing 727-89 Yodogo of JAL-Japan Air Lines.
Reg. JA8315 Boeing 727-89 Yodogo of JAL-Japan Air Lines.

Fokker F27-200 Friendship

In the foreground.

Fokker F27-200 Friendship of ANA-All Nippon Airways.

Vickers Super VC10 Srs.1151

Registration G-ASGN , c/n 864, hijacked and blown up at Dawson's Field Zerqu-Jordan, on 12 September 1970.
Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. G-ASGN Vickers Super VC10 Srs.1151 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg. G-ASGN Vickers Super VC10 Srs.1151 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg. G-ASGN Vickers Super VC10 Srs.1151 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Boeing 707-331B & Douglas DC-8-53

At Dawson's Field Zerqu-Jordan, two aircraft in the background, 707 on the left, and DC-8 on the right.
Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. N8715T Boeing 707-331B of TWA-Trans World Airlines and reg. HB-IDD Douglas DC-8-53 of Swissair (s/n 45656/191).

Boeing 727-224

Libyan Arab Airlines Flight 114 (LN 144) from Tripoli to Cairo via Benghazi shot down by Israeli fighter McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom on February 21th of 1973.
Registration 5A-DAH, c/n 20244/650.

Reg. 5A-DAH Boeing 727-224 of Libyan Arab Airlines.
Reg. 5A-DAH Boeing 727-224 of Libyan Arab Airlines.

Boeing 707-300

Boeing 707-300.

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