Aircoach, with its iconic blue coaches, have been operating for over 20 years, and it was felt the brand identity needed a refresh. The existing Aircoach palette of light blue and orange were retained for continuity, complemented by the introduction of a deeper navy blue. This creates an engaging contrast and is also an allusion to the colours of the sky, tying into Aircoach’s connection to both the airport and the 24 hours service offered – light blue for morning/day-time, and deeper navy blue for evening/night-time.
AIRCOACH 24 Hour Transport People
The new Aircoach student campaign focuses on its 24-hour service. Students have busy lives 24/7, so the concept is based on the tagline – Your day never stops. Neither do we. The POS features students in four different scenarios. The images have a rotoscoped rendering which gives them a contemporary look and feel. The campaign is being showcased on POS, print, digital and social media. The campaign was devised to run around freshers week in UCC and Queens University.
AIRCOACH Lose the Paper. Not the ticket
Aircoach has launched their new Mobile Ticketing App. This enables passengers to book their Aircoach tickets from anywhere. The campaign theme of ‘Lose the Paper. Not the Ticket’ promotes a more consumer-friendly approach to booking using app technology as well as giving a more environmentally friendly message by reducing paper waste. The campaign features on airport signage, bus backs, digital and social media platforms.
AIRCOACH GET ON THE ROAD TO THE SUN
Aircoach have recently launched their ‘Get on the road to the sun?’ summer advertising campaign. The campaign promotes early booking for people travelling through Dublin Airport this summer. The through-the-line campaign focuses on 3 summer destinations of Greece, Spain and Morocco, utilising a mix of outdoor, digital and social media.
Print / Ezine
AIRCOACH Leinster Rugby Sponsorship
To showcase the sponsorship by Aircoach of Leinster Rugby, we developed a campaign featuring the Leinster mascot Leo for the Leinster Rugby match day programme. Leo was photographed in various poses, getting on the Aircoach, interacting with the driver and using the contactless card and the tracker app.
AIRCOACH HAVE YOU RESERVED YOUR SEAT?
Aircoach have recently launched their ‘Have you reserved your seat?’ summer advertising campaign. The campaign promotes early booking for people travelling through Dublin airport this summer. The through-the-line campaign focuses on the key Aircoach destinations, utilising a mix of outdoor, radio and social media to target Dublin, Cork and Belfast.
Print / Ezine
AIRCOACH WINTER CITY
To promote Aircoach’s intercity services to Dublin, Cork and Belfast during the Christmas and New Year period, we created a campaign using the theme Winter City. Posters were created for Dublin Airport along with digital advertising, specially produced Advent Calendars and a social media campaign focussing on Dublin and Belfast. Also this year, Aircoach branded the front of their coaches with a red nose and antlers which was designed for use over the December and Christmas Holiday period.
Print / Ezine
Merchandising / Advent Calendar
Aircoach Frequent Flyer
48 and 6 sheet posters were developed for Aircoach with a campaign line of ‘Frequent Flyer’. The creative was developed to showcase the frequency of journeys from Belfast and Cork to Dublin Airport by Aircoach. The visual shows a coach travelling at speed using a time-lapse technique to give it additional impact. The image was shot by Irish photographer Paddy McGrath who specialises in auto photography. The campaign was also used at T1 and T2 using more targetted headlines like Belfaster, Quicklee and Dubl Quick to reinforce its intercity routes.
AIRCOACH TRAVEL IN LUXURY
Aircoach have developed their business from a route to and from Dublin Airport into a 24/7 intercity service. We have developed numerous print, radio and digital campaigns over the last few years promoting their service offering and their relationship with Leinster rugby.