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1 minute ago, ChicagoOakland said:

 

LOL I can't unsee the chalk outline.

I mean, I get it, it's not a bad logo per say, it's merely a faulty execution.  Personally, it even reminds me too much of Ontario's latest logo logo-black.png -the stick ppl aesthetic is awful.  

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One of my three local airports. Named for London in spite of not actually really being anywhere near London. I live about 10 miles out from the east end of the city, and this is even further out than me!

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And then there's London City Airport. Unlike Southend, this one actually is in London. But much like Southend, the logo kind of just is.

 

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And then there's the other one that's sort of local but also not really in London. The logo's a bit more interesting than the other two.

 

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As for favourites, you'll have to get back to me on that one.

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Tiny logo, but it was all I could find.

 

Omaha's airport (Epply Airfield) has this logo:

 

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Which is based on the giant sculpture out front of the airport.  It's a stylized Sandhill Crane, modeled after the birds since there are literally tens of thousands of them that migrate into/through Nebraska seasonally. 

 

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And below is one for Eugene, Oregon.  Not terrible for a relatively minor-sized city (300k).  Actually in both this and the Omaha one, I really like that they use the 3-digit airport code in the logo.  When you know the code of the airport(s) you're travelling through, it makes searching Expedia or Travelocity that make quicker.

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Here are a couple of local ones.

 

Manchester, NH

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Portland, ME

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T.F. Green Airport (Providence, RI)

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Burlington, VT

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Bradley International Airport (Hartford, CT)

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And their old, Whalers-inspired one

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3 hours ago, Broncoboy7 said:

Formerly from Albuquerque, I wish someone would redesign this.

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Indian Casino! 

 

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Not meant in any discriminatory manner.  Just saying the branding is consistent with the sort of "retro chic" Native American design you see at casinos, meant to lure tourists. 

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7 minutes ago, pianoknight said:

 

Indian Casino! 

 

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Not meant in any discriminatory manner.  Just saying the branding is consistent with the sort of "retro chic" Native American design you see at casinos, meant to lure tourists. 

Very close to that style. I think the purpose of it was to resemble some of the Native American cultures in the city and state.

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I couldn't immediately think of what the Sea-Tac airport's logo was, and that's because there really isn't one. The airport is managed by the Port of Seattle, so this is what we get:

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I really like that Albuquerque logo, especially the "Sunport" tag. That's pretty fun, in a field with so many not very fun logos.

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