I am trying to find the font used by Greek Olympic Air for their airplanes' registration.

I thought DIN and Arial Monospaced would be a good start. But DIN doesn't match at all and I am not really satisfied with Arial either.

Doesn't anyone here have a better idea which might be used (see attached image)?

Thanks in advance.


Association Typographique Internationale (ATypI) is pleased to offer the members of the Type Directors Club (TDC) a special discounted rate for registration for its conference in Reykjavík (14–18 September 2011).

Registration for this year's ATypI is conference in open!

This year's ATypI conference will take place in Reykjavík, Iceland, from 14 to 18 September 2011 (Wednesday to Sunday) at the new Harpa Concert Hall, situated by the old harbour in the city centre.

Day 1 Wednesday, September 14
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Days 3-5 Friday-Sunday, September 16-18

Hello all,

I've designed a book cover (attached) for a small publishing company and it seems I won't be able to print it as a single spot colour (Pantone 546C), as I'd hoped. So I'll be sending over the final artwork in CMYK instead(C-91 M-15 Y-0 K-83). As well as text for the Title, Authors, Biogs, etc. the cover will include a lino print which I can mask and fill in Photoshop with the same colour value.

My concern are the oft-spoken about registration issues with small text in CMYK. Should I be concerned at all? Or, since the colour is quite dark anyway, should I change the text to K-100 only and leave the lino image in colour. Or is there something I'm missing?

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