Aena — Visual Language
Visual language

Aena is the world’s number one airport operator in terms of passenger traffic. Over 577 million passengers passed through Spanish airports in the last three years. The company manages 46 airports and 2 heliports in Spain and participates directly and indirectly in the management of a further 15 airports in Europe and America, including London Luton Airport.

Taking the logo designed by Estudio Mariscal as a starting point, we created and structured a new visual language: a graphic system to meet the multiple needs of the company.
A flexible system
We set out with the premise of establishing a system that would be flexible, capable of adapting to Aena’s many needs; unique, making the brand recognisable across all applications; and clear, serving as a visual guide for airport users.
Icons are a universal language, particularly suitable as a way to communicate information in an international environment. We based their morphology on the corporate typography, so that they work seamlessly together.
Graphic System
The implementation of a new identity in a company like Aena requires the creation of a complex graphic system, with sufficient flexibility in all areas and uses, but at the same time remaining solid and coherent throughout.
Communication Tools
The challenge was not to create applications for each case, but rather to provide the client with a set of tools and simple guidelines with which Aena and its brand department could resolve all communication needs.
The airport routes
The flow of people in airports represents routes towards a journey. Helping travellers along these routes is what Aena does. To illustrate this, we used icons, lines and points to create simple stories we called “narratives.” Narratives help to explain services and illustrate messages.
Aena — Visual Language