Golden Air Anything, Anytime, Anywhere.
Air America was an airline from 1950 through the 1970s that looked to all appearances to be a regular airline. In reality, it was covertly-owned by the US Government for CIA operations to access places the US Military could not. Employee William G. Sherman took courses in typography drafting and created an entire typeface based on their logo. Much later, his son reached out to the Internet in turning that typeface into a digital version, and Aaron Bell of Saja Typeworks took up the task.
As well as adding a somewhat complimentary lower-case I created a semi-bold, bold and "Rangers" variant that adds serifs for a more military look. They all work well for most types of usage, with the upper-case standing out the most.