|Jay Jay the Jet Plane|
|Genre||Children's television series Musical|
|Theme music composer||Stephen Michael Schwartz|
|Opening theme||"Gee, How I Love to Fly" (1994–1996); "Jay Jay the Jet Plane Theme Song" (1998–2005)|
|Ending theme||"Gee, How I Love to Fly" (Reprise) (1994–2004); "Jay Jay the Jet Plane Theme Song" (1998–2005)|
|Country of origin||Canada|
|No. of seasons||4|
|No. of episodes||62 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||25 minutes|
|Audio format||Dolby Surround|
Jay Jay the Jet Plane is an Canadian live-action/CGI-animated musical television series for children. It was broadcast on TVOKids, PBS Kids, Qubo and Smile. The series aired for 4 seasons and has 62 episodes. The series is about a group of aircraft. The episodes were distributed in 25-minute-long pairs. One of the episodes had a header sequence and the other had the end credits. With commercials, this created a single one hour episode. Each of the episodes had one or more songs.
The theme song and many of the other songs were written by singer/songwriter Stephen Michael Schwartz. They were sung by his musical group, Parachute Express. The series was created by David and Deborah Michel. they wanted it to be educational to teach life and moral lessons to children.