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Yawara! poster.

Animated Series (1989-1992)
AKA: Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl

Yûko Minaguchi (Yawara Inokuma)

Follows the story of a Japanese girl named Yawara Inokuma over a four year period as she prepares for the Judo competition at the 1992 Barcelona Olympics.

Note: This is an animated film. The aircraft shown in it are therefore not actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.

Boeing 747SP-44

Labelled as ZS-SPE, c/n 21254/298 built in 1976, which in reality flew for South African Airways until it was scrapped in 2008. Fake company Canada Air, with genuine Air Canada livery. Although Air Canada never operated the 747SP.

Reg.ZS-SPE Boeing 747SP-44 with fake Canada Air (Air Canada) livery.
Reg.ZS-SPE Boeing 747SP-44 with fake Canada Air (Air Canada) livery.

Boeing 747-228BM

Boeing 747-228BM of Air France.

Boeing 747-346

Boeing 747-346 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.
Boeing 747-346 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.

Boeing 747-451

Fake "Morthwest Airlines" 747 strongly inspired by Northwest's 747-451.

Boeing 747-451 of Northwest Airlines.

Boeing 747-146

GAL instead of JAL, but the livery is the one of Japan Air Lines in the 1990's.

Boeing 747-146 of JAL-Japan Air Lines (fictional GAL).

Boeing 747

Of fictional/unknown airline.

Boeing 747

Boeing 747-200 & McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10

747-200 of fictional airline, and DC-10 in the background.

Boeing 747-200 and McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of CP Air-Canadian Pacific Airlines.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10

McDonnell Douglas DC-10.

Fictional Yugo Air company.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-40 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.

Fictional Aircraft

A mix of BAe 125-800 (cockpit and feet of the tail) with a Gufstream III or IV (winglets, T tail). The dark grey color is like paint of USAF C-20 (Gufstream IV).

Yarawa plane2.12.jpg

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