AeroSvit was once the chief airline in Ukraine. They flew all over Europe and North America, and this made them a viable link for travel in and out of Ukraine. It existed almost since the birth of the independent Ukraine itself, although they had to go bankrupt in 2013.
The company was born in the year 1994 with the goal to facilitate travel between Ukraine and European countries. That’s partially why they chose the name – ‘svit’ means ‘world’ in Ukrainian. So, they were aiming to go international from the start, which they pretty much succeeded at (that is, until their dissolution in 2013).
The logo used by the company depicts a blue serif lettering of the company’s name (styled as AeroSvit). There’s nothing particularly unusual about the font, except that they used the long stroke instead of a dot over ‘i’.
The emblem on the left is a blue wing put inside a yellow circle. The meaning is double-edged: yellow and blue are the national colors of Ukraine, all the while the yellow circle is also a symbol for Sun.
There were actually two logotypes used simultaneously by Aerosvit. The one is as described above, and the other is written in Ukrainian. Except the Cyrillic script used in the native version, there are just two changes, including the word ‘airline’ below and the blue outline around the ‘Sun’.