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EuroLOT: Brand overview

EuroLOT, a private airline from Warsaw, Poland, was launched in 1996. Its main goal was to provide charter flights from Poland and Eastern Europe to the sunny shores of the Mediterranean. With one Boeing 737 500 aircraft in its fleet, EuroLOT began its journey by operating charter flights for vacationers.

In the following decade, EuroLOT expanded its fleet to more than 10 Boeing 737 aircraft. The airline expanded its range of services to include scheduled flights in addition to the main charter services. The airline’s portfolio of destinations included such sought-after vacation destinations as Greece, Spain, Egypt, Tunisia, Turkey, and Italy.

In the post-Cold War period, Eastern Europe began to experience an economic recovery, and demand for air travel from Poland and neighboring regions increased. EuroLOT capitalized on this growth and, at its peak in the late 2000s, was carrying more than 700,000 passengers per year. This growth made EuroLOT the third-largest airline in Poland.

However, with the emergence of low-cost carriers such as Wizz Air and Ryanair, the aviation landscape began to change. EuroLOT faced the challenge of maintaining profitability in this increasingly competitive market. Consequently, in the early 2010s, the airline was forced to reduce the size of its fleet and limit the number of destinations served.

By April 2015, after nearly two decades of operating charter flights from Eastern Europe, EuroLOT was forced to cease operations due to ongoing financial difficulties.

Meaning and History

EuroLOT Logo History

1996 – 2015

EuroLOT Logo

The logo of the Polish airline, which closed in 2015, contained the address of its website, which also served as the brand name: “” The dark blue lettering was in bold sans-serif font. The rounded corners of the letters created a feeling of softness, reliability, and safety. The only sharp protrusion was found on the letter “c” and in a place where it is not usually found. The dot in front of “com” also looked unusual. The designers turned it into a large circle consisting of red and white spirals revolving around the central letter “e.”

The inclusion of red and white spirals could be a reference to the national colors of Poland, giving the design a patriotic touch. The unusual feature of the letter “c” and the special treatment of the dot gives the logo its uniqueness, setting it apart from the traditional variants. These design solutions contribute to the memorability of the logo, increasing brand recognition.