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Logo Jets For What

Thu May 24, 2007 10:47 pm


As you may by know most airlines have a log jet for example There's no better way to fly( LH). And I wonder why airlines choose to have a logo jet. Does this make better money for the airline. Does people gets entice to choose just their
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RE: Logo Jets For What

Fri May 25, 2007 10:49 am

Airlines will paint this type of logo jet purely to get people to notice it. They are used to promote the airline or a particular advertising campaigne.

Logojets that have large corporate logos on them are paid advertisements, which while getting people to notice the airline, also makes money for the airline and gets publicity for the company being advertised.

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