Friday, 28 March 2008
Sterling Airlines gets a rebrand
Sterling, the Icelandic owned airline who fly to Scandinavia from Gatwick, East Midlands & Edinburgh launched a rebrand today. The new Sterling logo & aircraft livery was revealed at Copenhagen airport, their main base along with this manifesto below :
What makes a good airline?
We at Sterling have given it a great deal of thought. A part of being a good airline is obviously getting people to where they want to go. But that’s what any other airline does. We aim to do better than other airlines by emphasizing reliability, flexibility and fair price. The fact that Sterling has
been a leading punctual airline demonstrates how serious we are about these things. Having a wide range of destinations is also good. Landing at the main airports is even better because that saves valuable time for our customers. This, combined with an ever growing number of passengers, is a testimony of how good our airline really is. We would fly with us.
Reliability, Flexibility and Fair Price sound good to the team at NordicTravel.co.uk
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