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Airline Logos

Can you identify these airlines based on their logos?
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Last updated: May 29, 2019
First submittedFebruary 1, 2017
Times taken30,936
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level 73
Feb 1, 2017
Outstanding quiz. Have been on most of these airlines. Definite candidate for a featured quiz.
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level 43
Feb 1, 2017
I'm terrible at this: I don't fly very often!
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level 60
Feb 6, 2017
Good quiz. I missed Air Pepsi.
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level 78
Feb 6, 2017
I seriously tried Pepsi ^^.
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level 71
Feb 7, 2017
I'm glad I wasn't the only one :)
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level 73
Feb 9, 2017
HAHA! Me too...
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level 86
Mar 20, 2018
I didn't try Pepsi, but I REALLY wanted to.
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level 40
Jan 7, 2019
Same
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level 53
Apr 6, 2017
hahaha
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level 49
Apr 6, 2017
I was about to try Pepsi as a joke! -then I went and got it right instead.
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level 74
Feb 6, 2017
Can you accept THY for Turkish?
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level ∞
Feb 7, 2017
Okay
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level 59
Feb 7, 2017
Great quiz! But too easy, 20/20 with 3+ minutes left.
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level 38
Apr 5, 2017
Since when did that become the logo for KLM? - I remember it as having KLM in blue on a white background.
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level 73
Apr 21, 2017
Since its the Koninklijke Luchtvaart Maatschappij, I think it has that crown in its logo to represent the Royal Warrant by the Dutch royal family. It's been there since I far as I can remember.
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level 38
Mar 30, 2018
I've been flying KLM since I was 15 months old,and I don't remember any other logo except the blue KLM on a white background. So if they've changed it, it would have to have been done in the past two years.
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level 40
Dec 15, 2017
yes it was reversed, but really thats how you were shot down? theyre the same colours
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level 63
Sep 4, 2019
@ err the crow has ALWAYS been there... and this particular crown design with the cirles/little balls has been in place since 1961 Now I wouldnt ccall that recent..

It is the same year the lettertype became what we know today. But the logo wasnt even lightblue untill 1991.

But most importantly, showing the KLM part would be telling wouldnt it. Ofcourse they wont show that part.

Your comment is like saying for the British Airways; As far as I can remember it has been "British Airways" blue letters against a white background. yes the name is included in the logo, but the name IS not the logo.

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level 34
Apr 5, 2017
only 28% know southwest?
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level 49
Apr 6, 2017
Only known within the US and it's a somewhat redesigned logo. I've flown it more than any other airline and didn't recognize it till half way through.
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level 73
Apr 21, 2017
And that's funny, because even as a European who never went to the USA, I know like pretty much eveybody around here that this heart symbolize the love that the company gives to their customers or something like that, and that's an unmistakable clue.
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level 76
May 3, 2017
I don't fly often and have never used their company. Their planes stand out because of the bright paint colors, but I don't remember ever seeing this heart logo before.
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level 40
Dec 15, 2017
Remember, we aint all american
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level 78
Aug 15, 2018
I don't really understand the purpose for that comment.There are only two US carriers shown and one is the largest airline in the world. The other while smaller is still partnered with many of the world's largest carriers, so the logo should be familiar to most travelers. I've been out of the airline business for a while now, but I think the logo for Iberia may be out of date. It probably doesn't matter though since that one is most likely still remembered.
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level 80
May 19, 2019
^ he's replying about an american answer
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level ∞
May 29, 2019
Southwest is the world's 3rd largest airline in terms of passengers carried.
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level 63
Sep 4, 2019
How can you not know the purpose. If you havent flown with an airline, it is quite probable you don;t know it. I am pretty sure you don;t know about the bus companies we have in my country, why? Because you are not from here.
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level 77
Sep 4, 2019
Even with only two American airlines on here, and those being the 1st and 3rd largest carriers in the world, I knew that there would be some ignorant comment like this somewhere, with 4 or more likes on it. Very telling.
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level 67
May 3, 2017
I feel like "Airberia" was a missed opportunity.
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level 28
May 3, 2017
At the top of the page I got an advert for Lufthansa.
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level 40
Dec 15, 2017
I got KLM
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level 57
Mar 24, 2018
I got jet.com.
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level 57
May 3, 2017
I didn't know most of these logos but still managed to get 14/20 by typing in possible keywords like "American", "British" and "South African".
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level 66
May 4, 2017
"AirNZ" for Air New Zealand. Actually "NZ" for all quizzes containing New Zealand please.
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level 32
May 10, 2017
18/20 My dad is a flight controler, he taught me alot of these when i was younger
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level 48
Sep 23, 2017
i work in travel so was able to get a lot of these. great quiz :)
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level 58
Oct 8, 2017
Can you accept Absolute Disgrace for Canada?
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level 40
Dec 15, 2017
If thats the casse they should add Flying cardboard box for Ryanair
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level 73
Feb 17, 2018
How come South Africa works for South African, but not Korea for Korean?
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level 16
Sep 9, 2018
very easy one, got all of them right '(as I have flown with most of them)
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level 43
Jan 14, 2019
The Korean reminds me the logo of Pepsi Hahaha
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level 63
Sep 4, 2019
Now I get the pepso comments!
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level 39
May 1, 2019
Good quiz, got 17/20.
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level 63
Sep 4, 2019
This reallly should be a yellow box quiz, not that I am complaining, otherwise I only would have gotten about 3 haha.
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level 44
Sep 4, 2019
The Iberia logo was changed in 2013. https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&source=images&cd=&ved=2ahUKEwixxPLq-bbkAhWD4YUKHewHBiQQjRx6BAgBEAQ&url=https%3A%2F%2Fnoticiasaereas.com%2Fiberia-airbus-a330-200-tokio%2F&psig=AOvVaw0udJdgb26jv9gh_HDIBYBu&ust=1567679035619781