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1960-1975

Thai Airways symbol 1960

Thai Airways' original "dancing man" logo was designed by Prince Kraisingh Vudhijaya. It depicts a traditional Thai dancer.

The font was also used by Scandinavian Airlines System, who co-owned the airline at the time. Early liveries were also very similar to the ones uses by SAS.[1]

1975-2005

Thai logo old

In the mid-1970s, Thai was expanding and needed a new corporate image. A new identity was developed by Landor Associates of San Francisco. The entire identity used gold, purple and magenta, and was inspired by Thai culture.

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2005-Present

Thai logo

An updated identity was introduced in April 2005. It had been developed with Interbrand.[3]

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