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Cimber Air A/S

A cheap way to own-brand bags: the Danish airline has bought up a bunch of plain white bags and to stick its stickers on.

Thanks to Homer Goetz. (2003)

 

Citilink: See Garuda Citilink

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City-air

OK, OK, purists will castigate me for including a bag with a mere rubber stamp. But we want this to be an honest and accurate representation of the puke receptacles available to the travelling public, don't we?

Thanks to Christian and Gerhard Lang. (2004)

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Citylink

Or maybe that should be CiTyLinK? This Ghanaian carrier's callsign is CTQ, but it likes to call itself CTK.

Thanks to Michel Silvera and Ludwig Gelobter. (2006)

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Classic Air

The Swiss all seem to have switched to photo bags. An attempt to recoup expenses? This item is printed on glossy plastic rather than paper: makes sure your films won't leak and cause unpleasantness.

The reason for this airline's name is clear from one of the photos on the bag: an ancient-looking DC3 turboprop.

Thanks to Homer Goetz. (2004)

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Click.com.mx

In three languages: "aaaghh...!" in Spanish equals "aaaghh...!" in English and "aaaghh...!" in French.

Thanks to Ra˙l Perezgrovas (2007)

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Click Mexicana (aaaghh)

At last, an innovative bag from Latin America! Unclear whether "aaaghh...!" is what you say before or while you use this bag, or afterwards to attract the cabin crew's attention.

Thanks to Katrien van't Hooft (2007)

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Club Air

One of the few bags to print the price of your flight: "Dal 6 giugno Bologna-Crotone e v.v. e Verona-Crotone e v.v. a partire da 89?"

Thanks to CÚdrick Gauthier-Lacognata. (2006)

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