Alaska Airlines has announced a new pre-orders feature that will let you choose from a selection of “Evo” airline logos for use on your new flight.
Alaska Airlines CEO Peter Mathers told The Verge that the airline is already “trying to get ahead of the curve” with the program, which will allow customers to select up to 10 pre-selected logos.
It’s not just airlines that are using the feature: The airline also launched a website that will allow anyone to pre-book the airline’s “Etihad” flights.
“The ETA [Emirates] logo was the first airline logo that we launched,” Matherst said.
“We were just looking for something that would resonate with the American public and that would look great in the cabin.
I think the Etihad logo does that.”
Etiqua, Etihad, Etvo, and Etihad Airways are the first major airlines to be able to offer this pre-ordering feature, which Mathert said has been designed to be “faster and more effective” than the current airline “e-commerce” system.
Etizan is the airline with the most “Eta” logo pre-shipped so far.
With the ETA logo, customers can choose from 10 logos and have their name, photograph, and airline logo attached to their order.
This means customers can “opt-in” to the pre-sale by choosing their airline, which in this case is Emirates.
Eta will be available in select US airports from June.
“Etimas logo was designed to convey an iconic, iconic message of the airlines,” Matson said.
If you’re not interested in any of the logos selected by the public, Mathersds said you can opt out of the preorder feature by clicking on the “pre-order” link on the website.
The new preorder program, Matson says, is meant to get the airline “in front of the American consumer.”
“If you want to see an airline that looks really good, you should be able go online and find an airline,” he said.
“If not, you can still choose to go online to see if an airline is in the pipeline.”
This is a big step forward for Alaska Airlines, which had previously been using the airline brand as a marketing tool.
Last year, Alaska Airlines said that its “e” logo was getting “fuzzier” and was starting to look “like an e-cigarette.”
Mathers has also said that the carrier has seen an increase in passengers coming to Alaska from other countries, including the United Kingdom and Australia.
Aerospace giant SpaceX has also been using “e”-branded airline logos in its commercial flights, which the company said was meant to “push the envelope” of its branding.