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Ariana

A Kard-o-Seal bag featuring a sophisticated paper aeroplane -- or is it one of those spy drones that the US military has flitting around the skies of Afghanistan?

Thanks to Walter Brinker (2003)

 

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Ariana (pointy base)

The Afghans have switched to Asian-style pointy-based bags with a tear-off strip. Made by ACS, though (it says so in the gusset). In the other is a spare Ariana logo, in case you missed it on the front and back of the bag.

Thanks to Thorsten Hecht. (2005)

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Ariana (WASL)

"A WASL product". Who are they?

Thanks to Jrgen Klein (2006)

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Ariana (plain white)

A sad indictment of American influence in Afghanistan: Ariana's bags have gone plain white.

Thanks to Shuva Sharma. (2003) 

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Ariana (plain white, horizontal tab)

This plain white bag with an unusually long wire tie is an anonymous airborne Afghan.

Thanks to David Abbass. (2004)

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Ariana (black plastic)

Things are obviously going downhill in Kabul if all they can afford is a plastic shopping bag.

Thanks to David Abbass. (2003)

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Ariana (heavy duty)

This massive (47.x x 21.6 cm) bag is more like a miniature binbag in heavy-duty plastic than a standard barf container. Ariana must have been flying through some rough air.

Thanks to Linda Jones (2005)

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