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Emirates was launched in 1985. Its original livery and identity was created by Negus & Negus. The logo consists of the name "Emirates" written with Arabic calligraphic letters.

From 2004, the airline changed its slogan to Fly Emirates. Keep Discovering In 2008, Emirates launched a slogan mainly revolving around their route network of 100 destinations in 55++ countries across six continents - Fly Emirates. Keep Discovering and Fly Emirates. To over Six Continents. Most recently Emirates launched a campaign to promote Dubai as a destination using the slogan Fly Emirates. Meet Dubai.

The Emirates font family is EK, which is not a commercial font. I downloaded the swf file that contains this typeface and decompiled to FLA file, the font name is "EK03plain - M02". The colour scheme used since 1985 was changed in November 1999 to Red that is still in use today.


Uploaded on June 17, 2010
Last updated on February 23, 2011

The Emirates Group
United Arab Emirates
EK03plain - M02
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The Emirates Group

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The Emirates Group

The Emirates Group is a public international travel and tourism conglomerate holding company headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The Emirates Group comprises Dnata, an aviation services company providing ground handling services at 17 airports and Emirates Airline, the largest airline in the Middle East. Emirates Airlines flies to over 100 destinations across 6 continents, operating a fleet of over 130 wide-bodied aircraft. The airline has 170 aircraft on order worth US$ 58 billion.