Tag: american airlines

American Airlines is making a huge effort to stay fresh and new in the airline industry with a new livery design and a new logo. Their planes will soon do away with the red, white, and blue stripe going down the center of the aircraft and will instead proudly display the new American Airlines logo […]


After American Airlines filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2011, Anna Kovecses made this complete rebranding package to give the airline a much-needed facelift far from its usual red, white, blue, and silver motif. I don’t think this would ever fly, but hey, it looks good.


Photo: Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times; Hans Kundnani / May 7, 2012 The Los Angeles Times has an article entitled The Frequent Fliers Who Flew Too Much about a small group of wealthy men (none of whom are connected) who bought American Airlines lifetime first-class tickets back in the day for $350,000. The tickets […]


Photo: Brendan Hoffman for The New York Times One of the more eye-opening things coming out this 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks is this report from The New York Times about the emergency and FAA audio tapes that crossed the airs on the morning of 9/11/2001. The full-transcript with audio is remarkable in […]


Back in May of this year, I posted about a wonderful redesign project by Dustin Curtis who took it upon himself to redesign the American Airlines website. Dustin’s reasons for doing this were to hopefully inspire American Airlines to do something about their barely usable site and to generally give them a better online presence […]