JAL unveils eco jet

Japan Airlines has decorated a 777-200
aircraft with a ‘green’ design to help in raising people’s awareness of
the issue of climate change and global warming, and clearly re-state the
company’s unwavering commitment to reducing the impact its business
activities have on the global environment.Called the JAL Eco Jet, the aircraft will carry on its fuselage a
2-meter high by 7-meter wide green origami paper plane motif accompanied
by the words ‘Sky Eco’ in both Japanese and English. The conventional
JAL livery of the aircraft will be modified by changing the color of the
‘arc of the sun’ design on its tailfin from red to green. JAL plans to
operate the aircraft from June 2008 on Japan routes serving Haneda
airport, Tokyo, its main domestic hub.