airberlin01

Air·Berlin (serif)

Yes, there is a dot between the Air and the Berlin.

Thanks to Steffen Heinrich. (2000) 

airberlin02

Air·Berlin (sans serif)

Still the dot, and still in italics, but Air·Berlin has modernized its image: it now features a sans serif font.

Thanks to Marcel Guégan. (2000)

airberlin03

Air·Berlin (no star)

No deSter star on the bottom of this bag.

Thanks to Franz Esser. (2001)

airberlin04

Air·Berlin (heavier type)

Air Berlin's designers are trying to catch bag afficionados out by using a slightly heavier typeface.

Thanks to Christian and Gerhard Lang. (2004)

airberlin05

Air-Berlin (hyphen)

Re-typeset: the dot has grown up into a hyphen.

Thanks to Karin Schmitz. (2002)

airberlin06

Air-Berlin (airberlin.com)

Now with the website on the bag. Note that there's no hyphen in the web address.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi. (2002)

airberlin07

Air-Berlin (pointy base)

Further proof that it's always worth picking up a bag or two from each flight, even if you're certain you've already got that bag. (OK, I'll make an exception for British Airways.)

This has a slightly bolder typeface than the bag above, and is printed on pointy-bottomed stock, not the square-based Elag bag above.

Thanks to Meike Schlosser. (2004)

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