BOCA RATON, FL – September 2, 2015 – With an eye towards the future, the Boca Raton Airport Authority introduces new branding; including a logo, stationery, and color palette. The branding is designed to complement the Airport’s role as an innovative community partner, without neglecting its storied past.
The Boca Raton Airport started in 1936 as a small city airport. Today, the Airport continues to evolve with an inventive, forward-thinking approach to air travel, which has made it home to nearly 300 based aircraft and an average of 50,000 annual operations.
As the Airport expands its services — including a Customs and Border Protection Facility — the new branding offers a strong identity that will evolve with the Airport as its offerings grow in the near future.
Re-envisioned branding completes the airport’s mission, to be a world class general aviation airport that is a vital element in the area’s economic development initiatives. The airport fulfills that role by providing superior infrastructure and service to its tenants and users and by creating thousands of jobs throughout Boca Raton and surrounding areas.
The elements of the new logo capture the elegance of flight, as the airplane elevates and proceeds forward, signifying not just air travel but the direction the Airport is taking.
Vibrant green and blue hues complement the tropical atmosphere of the Airport’s east Boca Raton location, which is less than three miles from the Atlantic Ocean and its white sand beaches.
Signifying the Airport’s bright future, rich history, and community partnership, the branding will serve the Boca Raton Airport as it grows into one of the country’s premier Public Use General Aviation facilities.
About the Boca Raton Airport and the Airport Authority:
The Boca Raton Airport is a general aviation transport facility, publicly owned by the State of Florida. The Airport serves the corporate, recreational and flight training needs of the community, averaging over 50,000 operations annually. The Airport is governed by the Boca Raton Airport Authority; a seven-member board.