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Winkreative designed Air Canada livery in new red maple leaf logo and black dominance in fin and bottom

Tinuku ~ Air Canada inaugurates new look for the logo and livery design coincided 80th anniversary of the airline. Graphics consultant based in London Winkreative has updated the logo in form of a maple leaf of aircraft and crew uniform to a new face in the branding of national airline.

Winkreative have redesign new look for the identity of Air Canada by presenting features black and white colors on the exterior air with maple leaf logo in red circle in basic black tail. Rebranding also appeared in the cabin of the aircraft where the crew wore uniform black domination.

Tinuku Winkreative designed Air Canada livery in new red maple leaf logo and black dominance in fin and bottom

Tinuku.com Winkreative designed Air Canada livery in new red maple leaf logo and black dominance in fin and bottom

"When Air Canada asks Winkreative to redesign the entire airline liveries, we see the spirit of Canada, culture and stunning natural scenery for inspiration," said Winkreative.

The design is striking and contemporary improvements to strengthen its position as the national flag carrier airline and became material on each line of the company such as program to change the image in the hearts and minds of passengers worldwide. The last time Air Canada overhaul the look in 2004.



Tail, engines and undersides and brandmark Air Canada at the bottom of the fleet to be black while the red maple leaf in a circle is in the fins. The staff uniforms of blue and red to black dominant inaugurated as the latest events in Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver.

"On the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Canada, the future of Air Canada representing the strength of nation and spirit of the future looked from our airline," said Ben Smith, Air Canada executive.

www.Tinuku.com Winkreative designed Air Canada livery in new red maple leaf logo and black dominance in fin and bottom

Tinuku Winkreative designed Air Canada livery in new red maple leaf logo and black dominance in fin and bottom

The airline also announced several new food and beverage options that will appear in April including Lavazza coffee. Air Canada also launched new international service routes to Mumbai, Berlin, Reykjavik, Shanghai, Algiers, Marseille, Taipei, Nagoya, Frankfurt and London-Gatwick.

The new livery is an important transition signal in the 80-year history and brand project for a Canadian company that is recognized globally. The new uniforms, improved international standards and improved cabin products on-board representing the company's future strength of the nation.
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