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Avianca Logo

Avianca logo and symbol, meaning, history, PNG

  • Download PNG Avianca Logo PNG Avianca S.A. has been known as the flag airline carrier of Colombia since 1919.
  • It filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in 2019.
  • The Avianca logo has undergone multiple modifications over its more than 100-year history.
  • 1919 (SCADTA) Avianca’s predecessor was a Colombo-German airline company called SCADTA (Sociedad Colombo-Alemana de Transportes Aéreos).
  • It was founded in late 1919.
  • On the original emblem, the bird was featured above the name of the brand.
  • It was reminiscent of the Andean condor depicted on the National coat of arms of Colombia.
  • Below the bird, the characteristic local landscape could be seen.
  • The bird and the landscape moved below the word “SCADTA.” The lettering “Lineas Aeread Colombia sur America” appeared – it now formed the border around the emblem.
  • 1940 (Avianca) SCADTA merged with the regional Colombian airline SACO to form a new company named Avianca (Aerovías Nacionales de Colombia S.A.).
  • The original Avianca logo had a distinctive link to that of its predecessor – a bird in flight.
  • The overall style of the wordmark and the italics were preserved, though, which created at least a weak link to the previous design.
  • 1977 The italics were straightened, and a horizontal line appeared on the logo separating the company name from the explanatory words “La aerolinea de Colombia” (The airline of Colombia”) below.
  • 2013 The emblem was moved to the left and was redrawn.

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