Aviation, Transport, Airline
Strategy, Verbal Identity, Corporate & Digital Design, Brand Engagement: Customers & Consumers, Brand Alignment: Employees and Channels
New Brand and Advertising Guidelines for Saudi’s National carrier flynas
flynas www.flynas.com is a leading low-cost carrier from Saudi Arabia with a young fleet of 26 aircraft, operating nearly 1000 weekly flights to 30 destinations within and outside of Saudi Arabia. Launched in 2007, flynas has successfully operated over 170,000 flights carrying more than 18 million passengers, a number that has steadily grown over the years.
Following our previous work creating the new brand name and brand identity for flynas in 2013, significant investments were made in enhancing its aircraft fleet and introducing a dedicated Business Class Cabin. Our task was to create a clear set of brand and advertising guidelines which could be used internationally by marketing agencies to ensue clarity, consistency and creative leadership across all communications platforms.
Our team lead the development and formulation of the new brand. Alongside our Saudi partners Charisma, we created a comprehensive brand system, addressing consumer research, naming, visual and verbal identity all the way through to launch and campaign strategy. From this we developed a rigorous set of brand guidelines, covering a full suite of core brand identity elements, imagery, advertising, communications, livery and advertising standards.
The work has now been used by a host of international advertising, digital, print and media agencies and has helped the airline win a host of awards from Middle East Leading Low-Cost Airline at the World travel Awards 2015 to Three CMO Asia Golden Awards for excellence in Branding and Marketing in 2014.