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Aeroflot (plastic)

"In the event of sickness please fold this bag over and hand to cabin crew for disposal." We hope that giving your bag away makes you feel better. If not, please wait until you land in Vladivostok before throwing up. 

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (2000) 

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Aeroflot (plastic, short 'n' fat)

Shorter, broader bag from the Russian carrier. It still hasn't got round to removing the hammer and sickle from its logo.

Thanks to Mark Brace. (2000)

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Aeroflot (centred)

The instructions are now centred at the top of the bag.

Thanks to Christian and Gerhard Lang. (2004)

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Aeroflot (paper)

Same text as the first two Aeroflot bags above, but re-typeset and printed on paper. Just in case you wanted to know, Aeroflot in Russian is Аэрофлот.

Thanks to Tara Lewis. (2001)

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Aeroflot (paper 2)

Similar to the paper bag above, but the Russian carrier has gone to the extra expense of retypesetting all the type on this bag.

Thanks to Barry Day. (2001)

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Aeroflot (blue/red)

Attractive bag (at least, it's more attractive than this carrier's other offerings above). Made by Papirus.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2003)

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