Sunwing is one of the Canada’s several minor airline companies. Sunwing in particular is a low-cost option that flies all over the Western Hemisphere, despite having a rather small fleet size, compared to similar airlines. Still, they conduct a lot of flies for their small volume, which is commendable.
Sunwing Airlines started operations in 2005, and they are still going strong. It seems that they conduct flies to as far as South America, which is perhaps one of the reasons why they received this name – there’s not a lot of sun in Canada, as you doubtless know. But it may just be a positive image for the sake of branding.
The logo is just the name of the company, written in small orange letters, slightly tilted to the right. There’s nothing out-of-ordinary about them. On top of the letter ‘i’ is the sun, drawn as if by hand (although not on the same level as the dot supplanted by this symbol). However, it’s simplistic, childish, and, therefore, cute.
There is a secondary image used by the company to decorate their planes. The logo as described above is usually placed on the tail, while the sun alone also often decorates the engines. However, they often put the company’s website address – flysunwing.com – in orange letters on the side of the main bodies.