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Author Topic: New name for Atlantic Sotheast Airlines and Expres Jet  (Read 1993 times)

Offline BobTheCactus

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Re: New name for Atlantic Sotheast Airlines and Expres Jet
« Reply #20 on: July 19, 2011, 11:16:21 PM »
well, to be honest, IMHO and based on my experience as a marketing staff in airline industry, they won't pick-up any name where there is a risk of copyright or author right.

Just think it the other way... if they accept a name given in here (like... Blur Airways for example, or jet Green (which I like BTW)), and they becomme successful with this name...

Someday, a guy from AWS may come and say "hey ! I suggested this name, so you make money with my ideas. I want royalties!". Legally speaking, this would be a mess for the airline.

I really don't want to be pessimistic, but your loawyers would be really bad councellors if they accepted such a method. The only thing you can do is sugegst name internally, with no mention in AWS... This could also turn against you by your company, and this is something that nobody here want you to suffer.

I'd be really happy to help your airline, with no bad intention or no willing to be involved in things I'm not related to. But this is something you need to deal carefully.

I wish you the best, truly.

Kind regards

This is why I suggest Blur Airways - it is your own airline, and unless you wish to sue yourself, then you have no such issues ;)

Or Blur Airlines
Or BlurJet
Or Blur Express
or something...
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Zabuti

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Re: New name for Atlantic Sotheast Airlines and Expres Jet
« Reply #21 on: July 20, 2011, 07:28:48 AM »
This is why I suggest Blur Airways - it is your own airline, and unless you wish to sue yourself, then you have no such issues ;)

Or Blur Airlines
Or BlurJet
Or Blur Express
or something...


+1  ;D

I'd love to fly the "Something" airline

Offline BobTheCactus

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