A sign commemorating Lunghwa Airport today…


A modern sign at the site of Lunghwa Airport, photo courtesy of Robert Cassidy.

Note the disparity of spelling… I’ve been going with “Lunghwa,” which is how MOST of the company letters and operational records spelled it in the 1930s and 40s, but here it is in modern Shanghai spelled “Longhwa.”

The sign doesn’t seem to be in a particularly good state of repair.

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2 Responses to A sign commemorating Lunghwa Airport today…

  1. lee croucher says:

    Love your post, lee croucher being a branding consultant I would say the sign needs redoing.

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