Marseille Provence Airport targets both its public B to B, airlines whose traffic has increased 33% over the past 10 years on more than 150 international lines, and its public B to C, 9 million annual passengers for which it remains a local airport. With an energetic, audacious new visual identity, it affirms its regional anchorage with a unique double-view on the sea and Provence.
Architecture and logotype share the same rhythm
The harmonic proportions of a historic building designed by Marseille architect Fernand Pouillon inspired the new logotype, as rhythmic as a musical score. The large vertical windows of the extension built by architect Norman Foster, also creator of the Ombrière in the Old Port of Marseille, lets in the natural light and colors of Provence.
Shades of Provence
Seaside: Azure blue, Mediterranean blue, Calanques blue, Matisse blue, sailboat blue.
Mountainside: Olive green, sunny yellow, yellow sand, ocher yellow of the Montagne Sainte-Victoire, Van Gogh orange, Terre d’Oc red.The colors form a range on a white background, which calms travel anxiety. Here, planes land in the middle of nature. On the forecourt of the airport, a lane of parasol pines is an extension of the Cours Mirabeau in Marseille. Breathe! You have arrived in Provence.
Airports design by
Saguez & Partners
With commercial spaces and services
- São Paulo–Guarulhos International Airport, Brazil
- Comodoro Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport, Chile
- Osaka International Airport
- Paris-CDG S3 and S4
- Paris-Orly, new project on the junction between West and East terminals
Our ambition is to make Marseille Provence a reference in Europe in terms of operational efficiency and customer experience. Our action will be consistent with all the players in the region to contribute to the economic development and international influence of Marseille and its region.Philippe BernandPresident of the Management Board of Marseille Provence Airport