Singapore airlines lego coloring pages

Singapore airlines lego coloring pages

The Singapore Airlines logo is a bird, inspired by a silver kris, which comes from the keris, a dagger from Southeast Asia prominently featured in the region’s myth and folklore. The keris is central in Singapore Airline’s branding, such as the SilverKris lounge and the KrisWorld entertainment system.
The logo is featured on the tailfin and in the airline’s collaterals and has remained unchanged since Singapore Airlines’ inception from the split of Malaysia–Singapore Airlines. The logotype and stripes underwent a minor tweak in 1987. The livery had a recent change, which saw the “Singapore Airlines” logotype enlarged and moved towards the front and the “bird” logo on the tailfin enlarged, in a similar fashion to the livery variant used on the Airbus A380. However, the stripes and the “bird” remain the same. [citation needed]

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