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"I have acknowledged that a data clerk on Aldraig mistakenly routed the shipment through Baylagon, but one extra layover is barely an inconvenience for a competent cargo pilot."
―Senator Bail Organa, in a letter to ISB Investigator Axvering[src]

Baylagon was a location in the galaxy. In an attempt to cover up a theft of U-wing transports during the early rebellion against the Galactic Empire, Senator Bail Organa had an Aldraig data clerk mistakenly route a shipment of U-wings to Coruscant through Baylagon.[1]

After the Galactic Empire's Imperial Security Bureau launched an inquiry led by Chief Investigator Axvering, Senator Organa acknowledged the data clerk's mistake, but believed that another layover would not have been an inconvenience to a competent pilot. The U-wing transports eventually reached the Alliance to Restore the Republic.[1]

Behind the scenesEdit

Baylagon was first mentioned in Star Wars: The Rebel Files, a canon 2017 boxed set and reference book authored by Daniel Wallace.[1]

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