After years of being seen as nothing more than a public utility and losing outbound
flights to neighboring airports, it was time for a rebrand. The competitive position for
BTR is its close proximity and no-hassle check-ins and procedures, so the logo had to
be simple, clean, and bold. The two-word slogan is also simple but impactful.
We let testimonials guide our creative message in this campaign. Each ad highlights
a different aspect of the airport that leaves real customers impressed:
Economic impact, easy experience, travel destinations, and proximity to home.
The visual style is modern and minimalist with striking colors and layout. Hand-written
headlines help communicate that these are real testimonials.
We used the same visual style from the print, but used a condensed quote
so that it’s quick to read and comprehend while on the road.
Using the physics of flight as our hook for this campaign, each ad focuses on a different aspect,
but we relate it to your personal experience. Lift, thrust, weight, and drag are displayed
in a light, casual, and easy-going format for “How to Fly Easy.” The ads are people-focused rather
than the physics or the facility, although the new atrium is showcased.
The out of home campaign mirrors the print and the TV spot. Where the board is limited in its
ability to tell a story, strong, giant images evoke the same feelings of light and casual ease at BTR.