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  1. Air Serbia: stylized double-headed eagle inspired by the Serbian coat-of-arms. Alitalia: national color flag in the "A" logo on the tail and in all plane. All Nippon Airways: The logotype "ANA". American Airlines: Stylized national flag on the tail, with the upgraded eagle design near the front exit doors.

    • Qatar Airways. Designed in 2006, the logo of Qatar Airways features a burgundy oryx on a grey background. Oryx is the national animal of Qatar, and its color in the logo matches the color of Qatar’s flag.
    • Lufthansa. The original logo of Lufthansa airlines that was adopted back in 1954 was redesigned in 2018. The new logo, although it looks identical to the old one, has been reworked to give it a new, modern quality to sharpen their impact on the industry.
    • EgyptAir. EgyptAir’s logo is inspired by the ancient Egyptian mythology, from which it draws the image of Horus, or rather his head. Usually depicted as a man’s body with a falcon’s head, Horus was known as the god of sun, or “Sky god”, so it makes sense that he’s part of an airline logo.
    • Japan Airlines. The logo of Japan Airlines (JAL) was designed in 1958 by Jerry Huff. Called “tsurumaru” (“crane circle”), the logo represents a Japanese crane with extended wings.
  2. In this Photo illustration an American Airlines logo of an US airline is seen on a smartphone and a pc screen. Qatar Airways plane takes-off from the Hamad International Airport in Doha on July 20, 2017.

    • Emirates. Dubai-based airline Emirates released its first set of commercials in the 1990s with the slogan So be good to yourself, Fly Emirates. Its current logo is a subtle revision of the original, which was designed by Negus & Negus Associates in 1985.
    • Singapore Airlines. The logo of Singapore Airlines is a silver kris bird. It has remained unchanged since the airlines’ inception. However, the stripes and logotype did undergo a minor tweak in 1987.
    • Qatar Airways. As the name suggests, it is the state-owned flag carrier of Qatar. Its current logo consists of a burgundy oryx (the national animal of Qatar) cleverly presented on grey background.
    • Lufthansa. The largest German airline, Lufthansa began its commercial operation in 1955. Since then, the airline has changed its logo several times. What hasn’t changed in the logo is ‘flying crane’.
  3. What makes a good airline and flight logo? A great logo shows the world what you stand for, makes people remember your brand, and helps potential customers understand if your product is right for them. Logos communicate all of that through color, shape and other design elements. Learn how to make your airline and flight logo tell your brand’s ...

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