TIA – Tirana International Airport
client: tirana international airport
years: 2006 – 2021
credits: photography by Armand Habazaj
I started working with Tirana Airport in 2006, adapting the corporate identity to the new logo. I produced all the airport’s internal communication materials, from timetables to annual corporate reports. I also took care of the image for some airport events and promotional campaigns.
In 2007, the new terminal of TIA – Tirana International Airport was opened. The airport’s logo was also revamped and as a result I was responsible for redesigning the entire corporate image.
corporate design guidelines
one million passengers: first milestone reached
Over the years, I redesigned the layout of the airport’s corporate brochure, both in Albanian and English.
corporate brochure covers
Timetables and brochures to promote the various services offered by the airport.
The first version of the timetable was a simple four-leaf folding.
It later became a small brochure that not only updated passengers on flight schedules, but also informed them of the services available and the shops that could be found inside the terminal.
Finally, the timetable was separated from all other services and a leaner sheet was created, a five-page leaflet folded accordion style.
taxi & parking information brochures
environmental and social buletin
Every year the airport publishes a report on social and environmental management. Over the years, the design has changed slightly, but always staying true to the guidelines of the corporate identity.
Environmental and social buletin 15
some covers of previous years' reports
new year wishes
Almost every year I have been busy making greeting cards for the end-of-year festivities. Here is a selection of them.
The theme of the year was reducing the environmental impact of the airport.
greeting card 2012-2013
covers of greeting cards from other years
greeting card 2011-2012
Celebrating 10 and 15 years of the airport.
The 10th anniversary logo of the TIA – Tirana International Airport is closely related to the TIA brand.
The declination involves playing with a paper aeroplane, which will become the main motif of all communication during the celebration events.