By 2011, the Thrashers had mercifully become the Jets after Truth North Sports & Entertainment purchased the franchise. Team chair Mark Chipman said the franchise wanted to honor 17 Wing Winnipeg, which is Canada’s hub for all Royal Canadian Air Force personnel.
2012 - Present
The design for the new logo, which was developed in partnership with Reebok and the NHL. The notch in the white portion appropriately and deliberately points north. The Jets logo is a grey jet flying north inside a blue and grey circle on a red maple leaf.
2000 - 2011
The original Thrashers logo featured a brown thrasher, who is actually Georgia’s state bird. This logo is a Brown Thrasher holding a hockey stick inside a navy blue and light blue shield.