Aeroflot Logo

Aeroflot Logo
The logo of the flag carrier and largest airline of the Russian Federation has been modified several times. All the versions, except one, featured the legendary “Winged Hammer and Sickle” symbol.

Meaning and history

Aeroflot Logo historia

1932

The blue symbol that is the highlight of the Aeroflot logo was designed by the artist Alexander Rodchenko. It could be used either on its own or in combination with the lettering “Aeroflot” in a simple sans serif type. The version in Russian showcased a slightly more elaborate type.

1997

The type grew somewhat heavier. A version with the tagline “Russian International Airlines” in blue appeared.

2000

The tagline was simplified to “Russian Airlines.”

2003

The flag of Russia appeared to the left of the wordmark, while the winged hammer disappeared.

2005

Aeroflot Logo
The winged hammer returned to the Aeroflot logo, while a yellow curve was added.