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.
This White E175 would be a unique addition to Infinite Flight. There aren’t a lot of airlines that showcase different colours of the rainbow with such decadence as Fuji Dream Airlines. They take on such a unique design that places red on a primarily white livery with a little bit of yellow to complement with the colour red. It’ll also give light to users on how underrated this airline is. The red and white colours represent the colours of the Japanese flag; having this livery would be a great representation of the country and this airline.
Here are the Pantone colours they used in the livery:
I live about a 30 minute drive from Nagoya Airfield (Komaki Airport, which was the former main airport of Nagoya, not to be confused with the newer and larger Chubu Centrair Airport). Would absolutely LOVE to see this in Infinite Flight! I hardly ever see anyone in the Chubu region of Japan. An FDA aircraft in Infinite Flight would hopefully mean people use this lesser known regional airfield, and connect it to places such as Kobe or Shizuoka.
The period when Cherry Blossoms bloom in Tokyo, Japan. It’s a season when lots of people in Japan and from around the world see these gorgeous, pink, and dazzling flowers out in the cold sunny weather of Japan.
Cherry Blossoms have been a symbol of spring. Although they might be fleeting, they make you happy even if it’s for a brief moment in time.
Imagine drinking green tea lying under the Cherry Blossoms while a Fuji Dream Airlines E-Jet taxies for departure. You know it’s going to be a good week.
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