Source : JetPhotos
Emplematic symbol since its creation. Air France promotes its winged seahorse, also called shrimp.
This is the strategy of the CEO of Air France KLM, Ben Smith since his arrival at the group.
After the merger of the 4 French airlines to create Air France in 1933. The seahorse was the emblem of Air Orient. Taken over by Air France later. It represents both the air and water having in the fleet of seaplanes
What is new ?
- “AIRFRANCE” is larger
- “Airbus A321” migrates to make room and not overshadow its christening name “Annecy”
- Two “Shrimps” make their appearance, one HUGE between the cockpit and the first door, it replaces the skyteam logo. Another smaller shrimp appears on the left side of the door.
- Blue winglets with “Shrimp” logo