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Airline Marketing Monthly - January 2019

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The January issue of AMM, published on 22/1. This includes a special supplement inside the magazine on the mobile traveller, produced in association with Urban Airship.

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Hong Kong Airlines +852 Magazine Hong Kong Airlines has released a new inflight magazine, called +852 after the international dialling code for Hong Kong. Produced in association with contract publishers Ink, the magazine has the look and feel of a lifestyle magazine, which the airline says was “inspired by HongKong’s strong art and design culture.” The magazine also has a website, which is impressive for the way it acts as a standalone content hub in its own right, as opposed to just being a simple downloadable magazine. At the same time, the airline is introducing local dishes in economy class meals, as part of its commitment to deliver more “Truly Hong Kong” elements in its products and services. A range of signature Hong Kong dishes will be rolled out, including stir-fried instant noodles with Hong Kong-style curry fish balls and stir-fried beef, tomato and scrambled egg and with steamed vegetable rice. 50 Airline Marketing Monthly - January 2019

A380 in new Lufthansa design While both British Airways and KLM celebrate their centenary in 2019, 2018 was the 100th anniversary of the development of Lufthansa’s iconic ‘crane’. The crane was originally developed by graphic artist and architect Otto Firle for the “Deutsche Luft-Reederei”, a predecessor of “Luft Hansa” (which was the pre WW2 ‘Lufthansa’). In February, Lufthansa carried out a rebrand with a new design to mark the centenary (see our February and March issues), which among other things saw blue become the primary colour used in the LH livery, at the expense of yellow. To mark the end of the centenary year, Lufthansa unveiled the first A380 painted in the new design, which landed in Munich before leaving on a commercial flight for Miami. Lufthansa says that by the end of 2019, over 50 percent of the work on the Lufthansa hubs in Frankfurt and Munich will have been completed and over a quarter of the fleet will be flying in the new design. Digital media is already appearing in the new design. The last aircraft repainting is scheduled for 2025. Airline Marketing Monthly - January 2019 51

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