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Bouraq

Airline belonging to the Indonesian airforce. The eagle logo has only one wing, so can only fly around in circles.

Thanks to Edi Basuno. (2000) 

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Bouraq (bright green)

The Indonesian carrier has gone to a brighter shade of green plastic.

Thanks to Rita Nur Suhaeti. (2001)

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Bouraq (higher)

Printed slightly higher, with more space between the type on the reverse and the green block of colour.

Thanks to James Mangan. (2004)

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Bouraq (2 mm less)

The broad green band has shrunk by 2 mm.

Thanks to Janusz Tichoniuk. (2006)

 

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Bouraq (bright green 2)

Like the bags above, but close inspection reveals it is indeed different: the fold lines are printed in a different place, and the ink is a subtly different shade of green.

Thanks to Winny Sanjaya. (2002)



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Bouraq Airlines

Come to think of it, the Bouraq eagle doesn't have any legs either, so it can't land.

Thanks to Steffen Heinrich. (2000) 



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Bouraq Airlines (2 lines)

Slightly darker green than the bag above, and with the airline name on two lines.

This airline is named after the winged steed that bore the Prophet Muhammad to heaven. See what valuable snippets you can learn while wasting your time looking at barfbag websites...?

Thanks to Pierre Fabre. (2001)

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Bourgas Airport

First bag I've come across from a airport rather than an airline. How do I know it's an airsickness bag, not a snackbag? Because it says so in the gusset.

From the thoughtful folk at Bourgas Airport in Bulgaria.

Thanks to Walter Brinker (2005)

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