Monday, August 22, 2011
New logo: Warsaw Modlin Airport
Warsaw Modlin Airport is a Polish former military airfield which is in the process of being converted into a civil airport, scheduled to be opened before the 2012 European Football Championship. Tailored to serve low-cost carriers, it will be the second airport in Warsaw, after the much larger Chopin Airport.
On Friday, August 19, the airport unveiled its logo with a "modern and fresh look". The round symbol contains references to local folklore, the airport's location and air travel. The blue intersecting lines represent the confluence of the rivers Narew and Vistula, where Modlin is located. Naturally, the blue colour represents the rivers, while the green represents the surrounding nature. The pink elements should "symbolize the airport as a modern and friendly place".
The logo is credited to the Polish design agency SaltPepper Brand Design.
Warsaw Modlin Airport (archive)