FS2004 Rafale Salon Le Bourget. The livery that appears on the Dassault Rafale at Saint-Dizier (and subsequently le Bourget) shows the character "le petit Prince" written by French author Saint Exupery. He served in the French Army at Base 113 at Saint Dizier, the current home of the largest number of Dassault Rafales in France. Happy Design Studio were invited to create an aircraft livery for the Rafale to celebrate 30, 000 cumulative hours of flying, by the aircraft, from the base. Happy Design Studio Designer Didier Wolff saw the opportunity to pay tribute to Saint Exupery by representing "le petit prince" on the aircraft livery and has subsequently created the eye catching design that can be seen on the Rafale.