The Far East Airlines Jet is a large twin-engine aircraft based on the Boeing 777 (rear landing gear has 2 wheel set per strut) which Woody rescues Jessie from, before being flown to Tokyo, Japan in the 1999 Pixar American computer-animated comedy film and sequel to Toy Story, Toy Story 2.
The plane's design is based off of the Boeing 777, (although the rear landing gear is a 2 wheel set instead of a 3 wheel set per strut like a real Boeing 777). The airlines' livery for the jet features a red dot with a Nurse shark around it; the red dot and white background likely represents the flag of Japan. The colors include dark blue and red on underbelly of the jet, blue engines with the logo, and a full dark blue tail fin. The plane has a Moldovan registry as "ER21966", which may be a reference to a Pixar animator D.O.B. This aircraft is one of the only other aircraft seen in the fleet throughout the movie's climax.
The plane was first seen after Woody navigates the baggage tug to rescue Jessie at the Tri-County International Airport. When Woody reaches to the front trailer of the tug, the vehicle arrives at the aircraft gate where the Jet is at, which will be going to Tokyo, Japan. The baggage handler loads up the remaining baggages, including Al McWhiggin's bag, which Jessie is in. Woody sneaks into a golfing bag as its loaded into the cargo hold and gets to the case to free Jessie from it. As the two race to the door, the second handler gets out and tells the ground crew there's couple of bags coming to the terminal. As Woody prepares to count down and escape, the door closes and the plane's engines start up, indicating the flight is about to leave and the crew says it's too late to load the remaining bags and put them on the next flight. The belt loader reverses out of the way just as the passenger boarding bridge retracts and the pushback tug pushes back the plane on to the main tarmac.
The lights in the cargo shut off as Woody and Jessie realized things just got bad. Jessie wonders how they're gonna get out until Woody spots a light at the front. The two reach to the light and see that it's a small hatch, which leads to the front landing gear wheel. Woody and Jessie open the watch and slowly make their way down the landing gear as the plane taxis to the runaway. Suddenly, Woody slips on some tar, but Jessie manages to catch him. Woody hangs on to her hand and loses his hat, only for Buzz to catch it while riding on Bullseye, much to his relief.
The plane reaches to the main runaway and makes a left turn, starting its takeoff roll as the engines rev up. Woody fears he's running out of time and looks for a solution. He spots the aircraft's front fitting and tells Buzz to get behind the wheels. Buzz pulls Bullseye back to get into position and Woody uses his pull string and lassos it on the fitting, successfully connecting to it. He tells Jessie to let go of the plane, to make it pretend that its the final episode of Woody's Roundup. Jessie was hesitant, saying it's a crazy idea and the show was cancelled and the ending was never solved. Woody says, "Well, then, let's find out together!" and in that moment, Jessie lets go and the duo swing down from the plane, landing safely on Bullseye's back - just seconds before the plane takes off. The toys cheer for a "mission accomplished" and make their way back home to Andy's house, using a baggage tug. As of result of the events of the airplane's cargo hold, Al lost the Roundup gang and the money he was going to get for the delivery, and was seen one last time crying in an Al's Toy Barn commercial.