HK Express Logo

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HK Express is a Hong Kong-based low-cost airline. Established in 2004, it is owned by HNA Group. The company operates flights to various destinations in Asia, including China, Japan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia. With its fleet of modern aircraft, HK Express offers affordable and convenient travel options for both leisure and business travelers. It continues to expand its network and enhance customer satisfaction through its commitment to providing quality service.

Meaning and history

HK Express Logo history

HK Express is a Hong Kong-based low-cost airline founded in October 2004 by Mr. Mung Kin-keung. Over the years, HK Express has achieved significant milestones, including expanding its route network to over 25 destinations in Asia and serving millions of passengers annually. The airline is known for its commitment to providing affordable and convenient air travel options, with a focus on customer satisfaction and operational efficiency. As of now, HK Express continues to be a popular choice for budget travelers, offering a range of domestic and international flights while maintaining a strong presence in the Asian aviation market.

What is HK Express?
HK Express is a low-cost airline based in Hong Kong. It offers affordable flights to various destinations in Asia, including Japan, South Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam. The airline focuses on providing no-frills services, allowing passengers to travel at competitive prices while maintaining safety and convenience.

2008 – 2013

HK Express Logo 2008

The HK Express logo, designed in 2008, was composed of a graphical part in red, with the stylized animalistic mask, representing the Asian culture, and a three-leveled inscription in red and gold, set on the right from the emblem in a modern sans-serif font with the uppercase characters slanted to the right.

2013 – now

HK Express Logo

The redesign of 2013 has dramatically changed the AHL Express logo, removing all the graphical elements, and switching the color palette of the modernized wordmark to purple and red. The stylized uppercase “HK” is now set in purple and followed by the lowercase “Express” in red, executed in a geometric sans-serif typeface with interesting diagonal cuts of the bars.