HONOLULU — Nine months after its 56-year old sponsor Aloha Airlines shut down for good, Aloha Federal Credit Union has moved forward with a new image.

The $28 million was previously known as Aloha Airlines Federal Credit Union, however, as of Dec. 1, it is now sporting a new moniker. The new logo is comprised of seven airplane contrails, which represent Hawaii's seven populated islands. The design features "an upward, sweeping motion that embodies the unified spirit of Aloha, of the airline industry, and of our credit union. Our logo represents our credit union reaching higher and taking off."

The changes come after NCUA granted Aloha FCU in July a trade, industry and profession charter to serve Hawaii's airline industry and its periphery divisions. Members will see the new name and logo on their Dec. 31 statements with redesigned checks and debit cards to follow upon renewal. The CU is planning an open house in January.

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