Avianca Logo

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The Avianca logo attracts attention with its simplicity and conciseness. The inscription Avianca, which forms the basis of the logo, is red, symbolizing energy, passion, and dynamism. To the right of it is an image of a soaring aircraft made in modern graphics, which is a symbol of freedom, mobility, and travel. Together, they create the image of a reliable, vibrant, and modern airline.

The Avianca emblem reflects the company’s values, such as professionalism, quality of service, and flight safety. It symbolizes mobility and freedom, which underlines the company’s mission – to provide quality service and connect people with different parts of the world. Avianca’s logo generally conveys its lightness and courage in searching for new opportunities.

Avianca: Brand overview

Founded: December 5, 1919
Founder: Avianca Group
Bogotá, Colombia
Avianca, Colombia’s largest airline and the national carrier has its primary operations located in the country’s capital, Bogotá. Establishing its credibility as the second oldest airline worldwide still bearing its original name, it came into existence in 1919, originally known as SCADTA or the Colombo-German Air Transport Society.

The airline’s expansive network covers a broad geographical canvas, serving over 100 destinations across 27 countries spread throughout North, Central, and South America and the Caribbean. Its most significant operational centers are El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá and Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima, Peru.

Avianca proudly associates with the Star Alliance and operates codeshare with international airlines such as United, Lufthansa, and Turkish Airlines. Its large fleet, comprising over 160 aircraft, showcases a variety of Airbus and Boeing models, including A318s, A319s, A320s, A321s, A330s, and the Boeing 787 Dreamliners.

The last decade saw Avianca grappling with financial instability and ownership transitions. It was forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the United States in 2020, largely due to the devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. By 2021, the airline was a part of Avianca Holdings, a publicly listed group that owns multiple airlines in Latin America, employing around 12,000 individuals.

Before the pandemic crippled air travel, Avianca boasted a passenger tally of over 30 million in 2019. Despite challenging times, it is the second-largest airline in Latin America, surpassed only by LATAM.

Meaning and History

Avianca Logo History

1919 – 1928

SCADTA Logo 1919

1928 – 1940

SCADTA Logo 1928

1940 – 1946

Avianca Logo 1940

1946 – 1977

Avianca Logo 1946

1977 – 2002

Avianca Logo 1977

2002 – 2005

Alianza Summa Logo 2002

2005 – 2013

Avianca Logo 2005

2013 – today

Avianca Logo

Avianca color codes

Maximum Red Hex color: #da291c
RGB: 218 41 28
CMYK: 0 81 87 15
Pantone: PMS 485 C