First guess: The E is a C plus a minus-sign. Take something like a Helvetica Thin Wide? and you should get the ESSE, but the N? Mayby someone played with House Industries Chalet?
Or just rotated a Helvetica U at 180°? The example is a Nimbus Sans Normal, try a Helvetica Neue Extended Ultra Light or Thin insted.
1 matchesSixty kilometres north of Rome, between two small mountains.
Air Berlin use a typeface that looks
similar. I just noticed it today and
found a posting in a german fontblog:
Have a look at the diverent typefaces of
the chalet family from house industries:
look at the 1970s, notice the wrong s and
look at the 1960s for the right s. It might
be a starting point.
Btw: Someone else noticed the similarity
to Helvetica too. The 1960s style tend a
little bit to Helvetica.
1 matchesWouw Angela, you would help us a lot if you could specify your requests. We all were looking at the wrong logo. The last one I don't know, but it looks like a mix of ITC Ronda and Chalet. (And it does look familiar, but can't place it)