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AEROVEL

Proud to serve Venezuela !



    what is that logo?

    o que é esse logotipo?

     

    bird wings

    not bad maybe move the yellow and the stripes on the fuselage back

    not bad maybe move the yellow and the stripes on the fuselage back

     

    Ok, 

    1. What does the logo represent, and how does it represent logo.

    2. An A350 for Venezuela!?! Venezuela really couldn't get new aircraft from Boeing, and the US would tax the hell out of Airbus if they sold aircraft to Venezuela, meaning that having a new aircraft would be really unrealistic.

    3. Name: What does Aerovel mean. What does VEL mean.

    4. Design: Why. Why is there so much yellow. What does it represent. Why does the colour cut off right in the middle right there. It looks bad. There just isn't a better word. 

    1. What does the logo represent, and how does it represent logo.
    2. An A350 for Venezuela!?! Venezuela really couldn't get new aircraft from Boeing, and the US would tax the hell out of Airbus if they sold aircraft to Venezuela, meaning that having a new aircraft would be really unrealistic.
    3. Name: What does Aerovel mean. What does VEL mean.
    4. Design: Why. Why is there so much yellow. What does it represent. Why does the colour cut off right in the middle right there. It looks bad. There just isn't a better word.


    1. The logo represents the wings of a bird, which is a symbol commonly used by airlines.

    2. I will review this, maybe I will put an A330 or 767 ...

    3. I chose AeroVel because the pronunciation is better in Spanish and aesthetically better than AeroVea and AeroVen. VEL stands for VEnezueLa, I used this termination for the reasons mentioned above.
    Airline name doesn't always have to be that obvious.

    4. Because I thought it was better to be like this, what is the real problem of ending in the middle?
    I can't understand this ...

    Okay, maybe I tried to go back further.

    1. The logo represents the wings of a bird, which is a symbol commonly used by airlines. 2. I will review this, maybe I will put an A330 or 767 ... 3. I chose AeroVel because the pronunciation is better in Spanish and aesthetically better than AeroVea and AeroVen. VEL stands for VEnezueLa, I used this termination for the reasons mentioned above. Airline name doesn't always have to be that obvious. 4. Because I thought it was better to be like this, what is the real problem of ending in the middle? I can't understand this ... Okay, maybe I tried to go back further.

    1. what do the wings of a bird have to do with Venezuela

    2. You still have a brand new A350 in the fleet still

    3. Why does the Name Have to have the country name in it. For example, Conviasa is the de factor flag carrier but it doesn't have Venezuela in its name. another example would be Iberia, where its clearly Spanish, but it's name doesn't include the name of the country in it. 

    4. Look at literally every other airline livery. none of them cut off the colour that awkwardly in the middle. 

    I'm going to give you a little tip; You don't always have to use the colours of the flag in the livery, even for flag carriers! Look at Lufthansa as an example; There is no blue at all in the German flag, and yet it is the main (or in fact, only) colour in the main Lufthansa livery (not counting small details). Another example is Etihad; Their livery is adorned with colours of brown, gold and grey, none of which are anywhere to be seen on the UAE flag.

    3. Why does the Name Have to have the country name in it. For example, Conviasa is the de factor flag carrier but it doesn't have Venezuela in its name. another example would be Iberia, where its clearly Spanish, but it's name doesn't include the name of the country in it. 

    I'm going to give you a little tip; You don't always have to use the colours of the flag in the livery, even for flag carriers! Look at Lufthansa as an example; There is no blue at all in the German flag, and yet it is the main (or in fact, only) colour in the main Lufthansa livery (not counting small details). Another example is Etihad; Their livery is adorned with colours of brown, gold and grey, none of which are anywhere to be seen on the UAE flag.

     

    UNDERSTAND THIS JOÃO, FOR GOD'S SAKE

    ENTENDA ISSO!!

    I'm going to give you a little tip; You don't always have to use the colours of the flag in the livery, even for flag carriers! Look at Lufthansa as an example; There is no blue at all in the German flag, and yet it is the main (or in fact, only) colour in the main Lufthansa livery (not counting small details). Another example is Etihad; Their livery is adorned with colours of brown, gold and grey, none of which are anywhere to be seen on the UAE flag.


    But if I do that, you say that I am not representing the country.
    Hard to understand huh...