It would be hard to miss this mis-designed monstrosity in your seat
pocket. Where on earth did Air Via get all this purple ink?
Plus, this bag harks back to structural innovations in bag design from
the 1950s, most recently seen in Burmese carriers. This Air Via item
consists of a paper bag with a separate polythene insert. The top of the
paper is folded over inside to keep the plastic bag inside from coming out.
Perhaps Air Via have never heard of
Gilmore T. Schjeldahl's
Thanks to Thorsten Hecht (2007)