Ravn Alaska Logo

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When Era Alaska changed its name to Air Alaska in 2014, it also adopted a new logotype.

Meaning and history

Ravn Alaska Logo history

Before 2014

Ravn Alaska Logo old

The old Ravn Alaska logo was dominated by the word “Ravn” in black. It featured a rather light serif with elegant yet classic letters. The capitalized word “Alaska” below was given in red. It was smaller and lighter. To the right, a red emblem could be seen. It was made up of three shapes that could be described as feathers or swooshes.

2014 – 2020

Ravn Alaska Logo 2014
The redesign of 2014 slightly refined and softened the Ravn Alaska visual identity, adding the “Air” part to the main logotype, and placing the emblem a bit lower. The upper level of the logo now featured a smooth sans-serif RavnAir inscription in bold sleek lines and slightly rounded ends of the bars. The bottom, “Alaska”, the line got enlarged and emboldened and was now followed by a three feathers emblem, which got smaller than on the previous version.

2020 – Today

Ravn Alaska logo
The Ravn Alaska logo, introduced in 2020, features an intense rectangular banner in burgundy with the gray silhouette of a flying bird on its left side and two levels of the inscription over its main part. The upper line boasts a white lowercase “Ravn” in a classy sans-serif typeface with the letters bold and enlarged. Under the white wordmark, the smaller and more delicate “Alaska” is set in gray lowercase, using the same font, but with the contours thinner.

Font

While both the lines of the Ravn Air Alaska logo feature a clean sans serif type, the upper line appears a little more elegant in comparison with the austere second line.

Company overview

Era Alaska Logo

Corvus Airlines is a regional airline focusing on serving the small communities in Alaska. It works under the Ravn Alaska brand. The airline is based in Anchorage, while its main hub is Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport. The fleet size reaches 12, while the number of destinations is around 30. The number of employees exceeds 900.

The company’s roots can be traced back to 1948. The original name of Economy Helicopters was soon replaced by Era Helicopters, then, in 1988, by Era Aviation. In 2009, following mergers, the company adopted the name Era Alaska, while the name Ravn Alaska was adopted in 2014.

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