Fuji Dream Airlines is a Japanese regional airline headquartered in Shimizu-ku, Shizuoka, Japan. The airline was founded on 24 June 2008 and commenced operations on 23 July 2009; it features an all-Embraer fleet of three E170s and 13 E175s. The airline has three focus hubs: Shizuoka Airport, Nagoya Airport, and Kobe Airport. The airline also serves fourteen other destinations alongside its hubs.
While most airlines in the world paint their fleet white with a sprinkling of some colour here and there, Fuji Dream Airlines elected to take a less traditional route. The airline paints each aircraft in its fleet a unique colour, and this Tea Green E175 is no exception. The vibrant light green stands out wherever it travels, bound to catch the eyes of anyone who sees it. The name and hue of the colour, which simultaneously embraces FDA’s unique design language and the prominence of tea in Asian culture, is a great way to highlight both the airline and an aspect of Asia. Plus, it’ll brighten up the ever-growing fleet of planes in Infinite Flight!
The Pantone colours used by FDA in this livery are as follows:
Fuji Dream Airlines is known for its colourful fleet of E-Jets; each E-Jet is painted its own distinct colour, marking its uniqueness. There are currently feature requests for the Purple E175, JA06FJ, Gold E175, JA09FJ, and the White E175, JA12FJ. Help us achieve our Fuji Dream by taking some time and showing your support for those liveries too!
On 16 March 2022, Fuji Dream Airlines completed their first flight to use Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF). FDA elected to use SAF made of a mix of cooking oil and microalgae in a charter flight operating as JH8100 from Shizuoka to Nagoya Komaki Airport.
To highlight their “green” mission, they conducted the flight on an equally green plane, JA08FJ! It’s only fitting for a green flight to be conducted on a green plane. With this plane marking a turning point in FDA’s history, its presence in-game would carry an even more significant meaning as the industry pushes for cleaner and more sustainable forms of flying.
More information regarding JH8100 can be found below.
With our recently announced changes to the feature category, any livery feature request for operators that have unique liveries for each aircraft or group of aircraft within their fleet (rather than just one livery for all aircraft) will be closed. This is to prevent a feature request being made for every livery available. In these cases, community members can now create one generic livery request per aircraft type following the guidance below:
In cases where an operator has various/unique liveries for each aircraft within their fleet, one feature request should be created for that aircraft type as a generic livery request. The topic must include a list of the various liveries available (or a link to a source which contains them), and no more than 3 images to show some of the different types of liveries currently in use (e.g. feature request for “A320 Condor Livery”, includes a list of the different designs available, up to 3 images to show some of the different colored stripe designs that are currently in use on the A320 aircraft, and then if available, a link to where these can be found online)
Note: Frontier liveries are dealt with on a case by case basis but are unlikely to be permitted on the A320 series aircraft due to the large number already present in-app
If the feature request is chosen as a livery to be included in a future update, then we will decide which exact livery is included with a community poll (please note that this is subject to change based on design/time constraints or other internal factors).