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According to the page on Galaxy Airlines Company, Sagawa Kyuubin is now SG Holdings Company, Ltd. As this page is a translation of the Japanese original page, I have kept the information from there - but if someone can confirm the current companies' names (and relationships), we should bring this page up to date. Azamiryou 02:22, 18 August 2006 (UTC)