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SATA Airlines SATA | BIA - Blue Islands Açor Brand Identity
SATA | BIA - Blue Islands Açor Brand Identity is Platinum Design Award winner in 2013 - 2014 Graphics and Visual Communication Design Award Category.
SATA | BIA - Blue Islands Açor Brand Identity

The BIA is a local-bird symbol of the Atlantic Sky, which flies over thoughts and dreams over countries, a pilot of nature which transports people, memories, business and companies. At SATA, BIA will always symbolize the union of the nine islands of the Archipelago in one atlantic challenge: take the name of the Azores to the World and bring the World to the Azores. The BIA – Blue Islands Azores – a reinvented açor bird, rectilinear, inspired in the futurism of prototypes, built on its unique genetic code, as asymmetrical, distinct and colored as the nine islands of the Azores.

SATA | BIA - Blue Islands Açor Brand Identity
SATA Airlines SATA | BIA - Blue Islands Açor
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The SATA Group comprises air transport companies whose decision centre is located in the city of Ponta Delgada, on the island of São Miguel, in the archipelago of Azores. The current SATA SGPS emerged from Sociedade de Estudos Aéreos Açorianos, a company founded in 1941. It was set up to develop scheduled flights between the island of São Miguel and the other islands of the Archipelago, and between the islands and mainland Portugal. After SATA SGPS was founded in late 2006, the SATA Group transformed its operating logic and internal organisation, in order to respond to new challenges. Today, the SATA Group comprises five companies: two airlines, two tour operators (in the USA and Canada) and a company that manages five of the nine airfields on the islands of the Azores. These five companies with distinct legal personalities are joined by the areas of Ground Handling and Maintenance and Engineering. The SATA Group today has more than 1200 employees working in the various departments at its administrative headquarters and its operating bases in Lisbon, Ponta Delgada and Funchal.

SATA Airlines

The SATA Group comprises air transport companies whose decision centre is located in the city of Ponta Delgada, on the island of São Miguel, in the archipelago of Azores. The current SATA SGPS emerged from Sociedade de Estudos Aéreos Açorianos, a company founded in 1941. It was set up to develop scheduled flights between the island of São Miguel and the other islands of the Archipelago, and between the islands and mainland Portugal. After SATA SGPS was founded in late 2006, the SATA Group transformed its operating logic and internal organisation, in order to respond to new challenges. Today, the SATA Group comprises five companies: two airlines, two tour operators (in the USA and Canada) and a company that manages five of the nine airfields on the islands of the Azores. These five companies with distinct legal personalities are joined by the areas of Ground Handling and Maintenance and Engineering. The SATA Group today has more than 1200 employees working in the various departments at its administrative headquarters and its operating bases in Lisbon, Ponta Delgada and Funchal.