Fukue Airport (福江空港, Fukue Kūkō) (IATA: FUJ, ICAO: RJFE), is a third class airport located 1.7 NM (3.1 km; 2.0 mi) southwest of Gotō, Nagasaki Prefecture, off the western coast of Kyūshū, Japan. The airport also serves the city of Fukue. It is also known as Gotō-Fukue Airport (五島福江空港, Gotō Fukue Kūkō) and, since 2014, also styled Gotō Tsubaki Airport (五島つばき空港).. Currently the terminal building's exterior displays both names. Tsubaki means camellia, and is a notable reference on Fukue Island which is famed for producing camellia oil and is home to two ancient camellia trees each over 300 years old that have been declared 'national monuments'