The Lufthansa logo has recently undergone a change, replacing the yellow circle that previously graced its livery with a plain blue background. The German international airline has used the gold circle logo for decades now, but it made the change to align itself with the initial logo behind the Lufthansa corporation.
The Lufthansa logo is one of the oldest in use today, with the original design having been created in 1918 by German architect and designer Otto Firle. The stylized crane soaring in profile is undeniable attractive, and it has undergone very few changes over the years. The previous gold circle was added in the 60s, and since then the logo has seen virtually no change. However, the new blue background is in fact closer to the original design, showing Lufthansa's respect for its roots.
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