easyjet01

easyJet

Processing your film in this bag will cost you almost as much as your flight on this British low-cost carrier.

It doesn't actually say easyJet on this bag. So how do we know it's an airline bag? Because it says "Don't be sick, come to Click!" at the top.

And there's an "EJ01" near the bottom, by the barcode. 

Not very likely to appear on a standard supermarket photobag.

Thanks to Hamish Goldie-Scot. (2003)

easyjet02

easyJet (100162)

I think this one is easyJet, because it still doesn't say so. But the design is so like the bag above that it's hard to believe it's anything else.

Thanks to Annabelle Mundy. (2004)

 

easyjet03

easyJet (100613)

This offer is valid until 31 March 2005.

Thanks to Chris Hays (2005)

easyjet04

easyJet (plain white)

Budget airlines come in three sorts: those that provide a witty bag (like Germanwings and HLX), those that expect you to make do with a miserable plain white offering (like this one), and those that don't provide a bag at all. Do they expect you to have finished puking before you get on board?

I don't think I need to tell you which group has the bagophily.com seal of approval.

Thanks to Regine Mathias. (2006)



eba01

EBA

Roger MacRae tells me that the EB in this airline's name stand for "Euro Belgian". As opposed to other sorts of Belgians, I assume. I think that it means "EuroBarf".

Thanks, Roger. (2001)

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