Japan Airlines Corp. will revive its traditional red crane logo in April, JAL officials said Monday.
The airline wants to use the logo to symbolize its business rehabilitation efforts, they said. The red crane logo, adopted in the 1950s, was gradually phased out by new liveries and disappeared in 2008.
“Many customers loved the round crane mark and requested a revival,” a JAL official said.
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