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Japan's first post-war civil airline actually took the skies at 07.43 on October 25, 1951, when JL 301, a twin-engine Martin 202, chartered from Northwest Airlines, lifted off from Haneda Airport in Tokyo bound for Osaka and Fukuoka with 41 passengers and crew on board. At that time, Japan was still under U.S. Occupation and essentially controlled by the Supreme Command of the Allied Powers (SCAP). The ownership and operation of aircraft by Japanese was banned. However, in 1951 SCAP sanctioned the go-ahead for the organisation and launch of what was to become Japan Airlines.

After the domestic launch, international service followed in February 2nd 1954 when a newly organised Japan Airlines, jointly financed with government and private backing, inaugurated transpacific flights to San Francisco via Wake Island and Honolulu using Douglas DC6B aircraft. The 1970's were the age of the Boeing 747 and the wide-bodied jet and JAL adopted the Boeing giant as the backbone of its fleet, eventually becoming the first airline to take delivery of 100 Boeing 747's.

The year of 2001, JAL's 50th anniversary of flight operations, was also the 100th anniversary year of the birth of Walt Disney. The JAL Dream Express 21 campaign features aircraft decorated with special Disney character designs and, throughout the year of 2001, the airline had other enjoyable events. JAL's special Disney inspired liveries cover five different themes and are painted on a total of six aircraft. The design of aircraft number 6 is based on the outcome of a unique competition for Japanese junior school children, who were invited to write a story with the theme of a jolly journey by Mickey Mouse and his friends. Out of 2,255 entries, the winner is 6th-grade junior school pupil Kumiko Yamaguchi from Fukuoka, Western Japan, for her entry entitled " Flight of Dreams ".Her story was published in picture book form by the end of the 2001 and Disney artists have prepared the design for the 6th special Dream Express aircraft which took to the skies from Fukuoka, Kumiko's home city, on October 28 2001 as flight JL353. (yet to be released by JCW )


There was a special commemorative plaque onboard for inflight snap shots on all these aircraft. Each passenger received a zip lock bag with a post card of the aircraft they were on and a badge. All cabin attendants wore special uniforms. Small children were given free Disney character toy and and Disney colouring book and pencils each. All seat head rest covers featured special Disney theme. The inflight Disney channel was offered for free on flights. On JDE #4 international flights Disney merchandise was available for sale on board duty free.


So here goes something of which is fair to say, may not be of much interest to most collectors, is the history leading up to JAL's 50th anniversary JAL DREAM EXPRESS 21 campaign in co-opraration with Walt Disney International Japan. Here is what has been released in 1:200 diecast. Just JDE 6 yellow Dream Story to come by JCW. It would be nice if JCW also released the 50th anniversary of the the Hawaii special aircraft that has already been released by Inflight.

JDE 1 FRIENDS (WHITE) JA8908 #BBOX 2534 747-400D
JDE 2 SWEET (PINK) JA8904 #BBOX 2860 747-400D
JDE 3 FAMILY (BLUE) JA8083 #BBOX 2535 747-400D
JDE 4 DISNEY SEA Theme Park (grand opening 2001)JA8912 #BBOX 2530 747-400
JDE 5 DISNEY SEA Theme Park (grand opening 2001) JA8905 #BBOX 2531 747-400D
JDE 6 "DREAM STORY" JA8084 #BBOX ???? 747-400D - to be released

JAL's first flight was on a Martin 202 charted from Northwest. (see tail shot with Martin 202 and 747-400 on tail) While 1,2,3,5 & 6 flew on domestic routes., number 4 flew international routes and was a frequent flyer down to Sydney.


















To complete JAL's 50th anniversary set this one needs to follow


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Very nice! I like the JAL Dream Express c/s very much! Nice to see them all together on your photos! As well as the 50 years B744!
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I really like the idea of an "aircraft-on-aircraft" livery as a way to celebrate an anniversary. JAL did a great job with their 747. Definitely an eye catcher and a stunning model!
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Very nice 747 collection Steve! Also like the dc6 on a 747, great livery.
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Is that the full art series collection? If so, congrats on completing your Queens!

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No... there is one missing which has to be done by JCWINGS...
The yellow one (with the big mouse which is only perfectly seen directly in front)
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No... there is one missing which has to be done by JCWINGS...
The yellow one (with the big mouse which is only perfectly seen directly in front)
If it's the JCWings mould that you like, then Gemini uses the same I believe. Perhaps they might be inclined to make on as well?
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JCW made all of the six set a long long long time ago Anthony. They have just been waiting, and waiting in a warehouse in Hong Kong for long time staggered world wide release at JCW discretion. All the display stands are the same old, same old, and rightly so. So they should be. To match the entire set. So there is no need of a question of if, but when.



Here are some of the on board welcome badges and post cards that I have collected, that were offered to passengers during this Dream Express 21 Campaign.



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I was just thinking this by looking at the good old wooden/metal stand

I hope that also someday JCWINGS (or even IF200) will make the two JAL "Dream Express" B747's...

They would perfectly go with their little B767 brother (done also from JCWINGS)
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No... there is one missing which has to be done by JCWINGS...
The yellow one (with the big mouse which is only perfectly seen directly in front)
Count me in on that one!
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Awesome pictures and information!! I can't wait for JDE #6 to be released so that the collection is somewhat complete. Base don your post, I am no going to search high and low for those badges and postcards. Thanks for this extremely informative post!
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Awesome pictures and information!! I can't wait for JDE #6 to be released so that the collection is somewhat complete. Base don your post, I am no going to search high and low for those badges and postcards. Thanks for this extremely informative post!

It has come to my attention that my post is misleading and upon review it is with regard to the model released by Inflight200 JAL's 50th Anniversary of Hawaiian flights has nothing to do with the JAL's 50th birthday
JAL DISNEY EXPRESS JDE 21 campaign. Please accept my apologies for any confusion. Billville Please check you PM
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JAL’s B-747 with the DC-6 livery is so cool, thanks for the photo.
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Japan's first post-war civil airline actually took the skies at 07.43 on October 25, 1951, when JL 301, a twin-engine Martin 202, chartered from Northwest Airlines, lifted off from Haneda Airport in Tokyo bound for Osaka and Fukuoka with 41 passengers and crew on board. At that time, Japan was still under U.S. Occupation and essentially controlled by the Supreme Command of the Allied Powers (SCAP). The ownership and operation of aircraft by Japanese was banned. However, in 1951 SCAP sanctioned the go-ahead for the organisation and launch of what was to become Japan Airlines.

After the domestic launch, international service followed in February 2nd 1954 when a newly organised Japan Airlines, jointly financed with government and private backing, inaugurated transpacific flights to San Francisco via Wake Island and Honolulu using Douglas DC6B aircraft. The 1970's were the age of the Boeing 747 and the wide-bodied jet and JAL adopted the Boeing giant as the backbone of its fleet, eventually becoming the first airline to take delivery of 100 Boeing 747's.

The year of 2001, JAL's 50th anniversary of flight operations, was also the 100th anniversary year of the birth of Walt Disney. The JAL Dream Express 21 campaign features aircraft decorated with special Disney character designs and, throughout the year of 2001, the airline had other enjoyable events. JAL's special Disney inspired liveries cover five different themes and are painted on a total of six aircraft. The design of aircraft number 6 is based on the outcome of a unique competition for Japanese junior school children, who were invited to write a story with the theme of a jolly journey by Mickey Mouse and his friends. Out of 2,255 entries, the winner is 6th-grade junior school pupil Kumiko Yamaguchi from Fukuoka, Western Japan, for her entry entitled " Flight of Dreams ".Her story was published in picture book form by the end of the 2001 and Disney artists have prepared the design for the 6th special Dream Express aircraft which took to the skies from Fukuoka, Kumiko's home city, on October 28 2001 as flight JL353. (yet to be released by JCW )


There was a special commemorative plaque onboard for inflight snap shots on all these aircraft. Each passenger received a zip lock bag with a post card of the aircraft they were on and a badge. All cabin attendants wore special uniforms. Small children were given free Disney character toy and and Disney colouring book and pencils each. All seat head rest covers featured special Disney theme. The inflight Disney channel was offered for free on flights. On JDE #4 international flights Disney merchandise was available for sale on board duty free.


So here goes something of which is fair to say, may not be of much interest to most collectors, is the history leading up to JAL's 50th anniversary JAL DREAM EXPRESS 21 campaign in co-opraration with Walt Disney International Japan. Here is what has been released in 1:200 diecast. Just JDE 6 yellow Dream Story to come by JCW. It would be nice if JCW also released the 50th anniversary of the the Hawaii special aircraft that has already been released by Inflight.

JDE 1 FRIENDS (WHITE) JA8908 #BBOX 2534 747-400D
JDE 2 SWEET (PINK) JA8904 #BBOX 2860 747-400D
JDE 3 FAMILY (BLUE) JA8083 #BBOX 2535 747-400D
JDE 4 DISNEY SEA Theme Park (grand opening 2001)JA8912 #BBOX 2530 747-400
JDE 5 DISNEY SEA Theme Park (grand opening 2001) JA8905 #BBOX 2531 747-400D
JDE 6 "DREAM STORY" JA8084 #BBOX ???? 747-400D - to be released

JAL's first flight was on a Martin 202 charted from Northwest. (see tail shot with Martin 202 and 747-400 on tail) While 1,2,3,5 & 6 flew on domestic routes., number 4 flew international routes and was a frequent flyer down to Sydney.






To complete JAL's 50th anniversary set this one needs to follow


Nice pic and model. Where did you buy it from?
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Thanks for the beautiful pictures especially the JAL-Hawaii 50th Anniversary. I am having one done by Sergei of AS models with a United Friendship Flaps down as the donor model (I pre-ordered 2 again without knowing I already had it pre-ordered with another store). I just really love this Livery. Unfortunately with lots of flights being cancelled, It probably will arrive much later. Again thanks for sharing!
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Thanks for the beautiful pictures especially the JAL-Hawaii 50th Anniversary. I am having one done by Sergei of AS models with a United Friendship Flaps down as the donor model (I pre-ordered 2 again without knowing I already had it pre-ordered with another store). I just really love this Livery. Unfortunately with lots of flights being cancelled, It probably will arrive much later. Again thanks for sharing!

You are welcome.Good luck with your custom. Please share when you get it I am sure everyone will want to see it. On another note JCW Get on with releasing JAL JDE6 " Dream Story" you made it years ago! I also hope for the JAL Hawaiian Service 50th anniversary Flight and a JAL 747-4 oneworld. What are my chances? Slim to none.
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I had the 50th and sold it years ago, regrettably!

Nice pics. Thanks for sharing!
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Japan's first post-war civil airline actually took the skies at 07.43 on October 25, 1951, when JL 301, a twin-engine Martin 202, chartered from Northwest Airlines, lifted off from Haneda Airport in Tokyo bound for Osaka and Fukuoka with 41 passengers and crew on board. At that time, Japan was still under U.S. Occupation and essentially controlled by the Supreme Command of the Allied Powers (SCAP). The ownership and operation of aircraft by Japanese was banned. However, in 1951 SCAP sanctioned the go-ahead for the organisation and launch of what was to become Japan Airlines.

After the domestic launch, international service followed in February 2nd 1954 when a newly organised Japan Airlines, jointly financed with government and private backing, inaugurated transpacific flights to San Francisco via Wake Island and Honolulu using Douglas DC6B aircraft. The 1970's were the age of the Boeing 747 and the wide-bodied jet and JAL adopted the Boeing giant as the backbone of its fleet, eventually becoming the first airline to take delivery of 100 Boeing 747's.

The year of 2001, JAL's 50th anniversary of flight operations, was also the 100th anniversary year of the birth of Walt Disney. The JAL Dream Express 21 campaign features aircraft decorated with special Disney character designs and, throughout the year of 2001, the airline had other enjoyable events. JAL's special Disney inspired liveries cover five different themes and are painted on a total of six aircraft. The design of aircraft number 6 is based on the outcome of a unique competition for Japanese junior school children, who were invited to write a story with the theme of a jolly journey by Mickey Mouse and his friends. Out of 2,255 entries, the winner is 6th-grade junior school pupil Kumiko Yamaguchi from Fukuoka, Western Japan, for her entry entitled " Flight of Dreams ".Her story was published in picture book form by the end of the 2001 and Disney artists have prepared the design for the 6th special Dream Express aircraft which took to the skies from Fukuoka, Kumiko's home city, on October 28 2001 as flight JL353. (yet to be released by JCW )


There was a special commemorative plaque onboard for inflight snap shots on all these aircraft. Each passenger received a zip lock bag with a post card of the aircraft they were on and a badge. All cabin attendants wore special uniforms. Small children were given free Disney character toy and and Disney colouring book and pencils each. All seat head rest covers featured special Disney theme. The inflight Disney channel was offered for free on flights. On JDE #4 international flights Disney merchandise was available for sale on board duty free.


So here goes something of which is fair to say, may not be of much interest to most collectors, is the history leading up to JAL's 50th anniversary JAL DREAM EXPRESS 21 campaign in co-opraration with Walt Disney International Japan. Here is what has been released in 1:200 diecast. Just JDE 6 yellow Dream Story to come by JCW. It would be nice if JCW also released the 50th anniversary of the the Hawaii special aircraft that has already been released by Inflight.

JDE 1 FRIENDS (WHITE) JA8908 #BBOX 2534 747-400D
JDE 2 SWEET (PINK) JA8904 #BBOX 2860 747-400D
JDE 3 FAMILY (BLUE) JA8083 #BBOX 2535 747-400D
JDE 4 DISNEY SEA Theme Park (grand opening 2001)JA8912 #BBOX 2530 747-400
JDE 5 DISNEY SEA Theme Park (grand opening 2001) JA8905 #BBOX 2531 747-400D
JDE 6 "DREAM STORY" JA8084 #BBOX ???? 747-400D - to be released

JAL's first flight was on a Martin 202 charted from Northwest. (see tail shot with Martin 202 and 747-400 on tail) While 1,2,3,5 & 6 flew on domestic routes., number 4 flew international routes and was a frequent flyer down to Sydney.



To complete JAL's 50th anniversary set this one needs to follow


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Nice pic and model. Where did you buy it from?
You never answered my question. Do you plan on telling the world this is my picture and model you're using on your thread?
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Sweet looking model indeed! I added this beauty to my 1/200 fleet about 10 years ago. I think I also have the 1/400 model of this as well. !

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The 50th anniversary Hawaii is a stunner.
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Very colorful 747's Steve. Nice JAL collection youve got there!
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Agreed! I have it in the 1:400 scale by Big Bird 400 (Original). Never had an opportunity for the 1:200 version. They fetched a fair price and likely still do if they come available.
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Timeout: Is there something going on regarding this model and photo? Who actually owns this specific model and photo; as of today? T7
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This is my photo and model. Maybe someone can ask Steve to explain himself since he refuses to answer me
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This is my photo and model. Maybe someone can ask Steve to explain himself since he refuses to answer me
I just went through the entire thread, and I don't see anywhere in the thread that Steve has presented himself as owning the actual model. Also, I have included/posted photos of other models not owned by me in my past threads. I did get their clearance prior to posting them on the DAC.

I wish you two the best in sorting out whatever has come between you gentlemen. Based on current global events concerning the Coronavirus pandemic, I think there are far more important priorities to take into consideration than somebody posting a photo of your model. Personally, I would take that as a compliment if another DAC member wanted to post my 1/200 bird on the forum; as a way to share their thoughts and to enlighten other DAC members on what unique models were rolled out in the early years of the 1/200 world.

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I just went through the entire thread, and I don't see anywhere in the thread that Steve has presented himself as owning the actual model. Also, I have included/posted photos of other models not owned by me in my past threads. I did get their clearance prior to posting them on the DAC.

I wish you two the best in sorting out whatever has come between you gentlemen. Based on current global events concerning the Coronavirus pandemic, I think there are far more important priorities to take into consideration than somebody posting a photo of your model. Personally, I would take that as a compliment if another DAC member wanted to post my 1/200 bird on the forum; as a way to share their thoughts and to enlighten other DAC members on what unique models were rolled out in the early years of the 1/200 world.

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Fair enough, i get your point. I usually could care less if anyone uses any of my photos. My issue with Steve and why i'm calling him out was his behavior. He acted like a detective, attacked and insinuated **** on my collection thread which eventually got locked. YET, he used a pic from my locked thread on his thread here. i do have an issue with this, you can't have both ways.
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Fair enough, i get your point. I usually could care less if anyone uses any of my photos. My issue with Steve and why i'm calling him out was his behavior. He acted like a detective, attacked and insinuated **** on my collection thread which eventually got locked. YET, he used a pic from my locked thread on his thread here. i do have an issue with this, you can't have both ways.

Let's get things into perspective.

I did mention on your thread that I spent several hours looking for models that did not exist in 1:200 scale that you posted in this section in the forum. I liked the models that you purchased and your photos where so good I had no idea they where another scale than the 1:200 section you posted them in. With the plethora of models released in the last two years in 1:200 scale it extremely easy to miss new releases. So if you disregard what I said. You get other people asking what scale is this? Did I miss this release so on and so forth. Have a look at post #86, post #87 & post #88 on Jumbee3! collection
which leads to confusion. On post #89 your reply was "so what this is my thread of all scales". If I may, can I just point out the difference between you and me at this point is I like to share reference of product's numbers and manufactures so the collectors that might like to purchase a model you publish has at least gives the chance to research and collectors to buy. You on the other hand never published that you where posting 1:400 scale models in the 1:200 section. That be the difference.
Post #90 was your warning to stop posting other scales other than 1:200 in the 1:200 section to stop confusion by an administrator.
Post #92 (1) you begin telling an administrator you need to go find a program developer to create a new section on this forum just for you called
"my Collection all scales" and (2) on your thread you begin name calling me Sherlock Holems!
Insinuated what? I did not get your thread locked you did ! You must have continued posting other scales.
Post #96 you must have continued to post another scales without correctly labeling it as such. As the administrators had given you fair enough warning or Admin shut your post down. It was not me. Also I never claimed to own the model. I just wanted another manufactures to make one flaps up and flaps down. This forum is not about an individual collection and it's more than just sharing photos it's about part numbers scales and more importantly right now about the love. Can I just say everyone be safe. You have been invited to start a new thread. So please do so
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Let's get things into perspective.

I did mention on your thread that I spent several hours looking for models that did not exist in 1:200 scale that you posted in this section in the forum. I liked the models that you purchased and your photos where so good I had no idea they where another scale than the 1:200 section you posted them in. With the plethora of models released in the last two years in 1:200 scale it extremely easy to miss new releases. So if you disregard what I said. You get other people asking what scale is this? Did I miss this release so on and so forth. Have a look at post #86, post #87 & post #88 on Jumbee3! collection
which leads to confusion. On post #89 your reply was "so what this is my thread of all scales". If I may, can I just point out the difference between you and me at this point is I like to share reference of product's numbers and manufactures so the collectors that might like to purchase a model you publish has at least gives the chance to research and collectors to buy. You on the other hand never published that you where posting 1:400 scale models in the 1:200 section. That be the difference.
Post #90 was your warning to stop posting other scales other than 1:200 in the 1:200 section to stop confusion by an administrator.
Post #93 (1) you begin telling an administrator you need to go find a program developer to create a new section on this forum just for you called
"my Collection all scales" and (2) on your thread you begin name calling me Sherlock Holems!
Insinuated what? I did not get your thread locked you did ! You must have continued posting other scales.
Post #96 you must have continued to post another scales without correctly labeling it as such. As the administrators had given you fair enough warning or Admin shut your post down. It was not me. Also I never claimed to own the model. I just wanted another manufactures to make one flaps up and flaps down. This forum is not about an individual collection and it's more than just sharing photos it's about part numbers scales and more importantly right now about the love. Can I just say everyone be safe. You have been invited to start a new thread. So please do so
Time to move on. You do provide good content on this forum, keep it up. Thanks for the "liked" photos and models
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I also agree I love your content. You have been invited to start a new thread. While the world is in lock down. Please do it. My collection criteria was and still is very close to yours with NASA, USA presidential transports. Please post all your 1:200's here
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I also agree I love your content. You have been invited to start a new thread. While the world is in lock down. Please do it. My collection criteria was and still is very close to yours with NASA, USA presidential transports. Please post all your 1:200's here
Well, it looks like you guys are A-OK and my job is done!

I really have not been on the DAC the past few months, based on work/home projects/kiddies, etc. However, with the WFH directive I've been jumping on here a little bit more and this thread intrigued me. Stay safe! T7
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