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Hapag-Lloyd (TUI)

Now owned by the TUI holiday firm in Germany -- as shown by the smiley TUI logo on the base.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (2002)

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Hapag-Lloyd (TUI, smiley only)

The name has disappeared: we're left with just the smiley logo and the DeSter star.

Thanks to Marcel Guegin. (2002)

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Hapag-Lloyd (plain white)

Fly from Hamburg to Cologne, and this is all you get. Better to take the train.

Thanks to Janina Künstler. (2003) 

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Hapag-Lloyd (pointy base)

All white, now with a pointy base. Ideal as a starting point for your own bag design. Bring your crayons on board! 

Thanks to Janina Künstler. (2003)

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Hapag-Lloyd (website only)

The world's first virtual airline: the webaddress rather than a logo. Visit www.hlf.de for instructions on how to use this bag.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi. (2003)

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Hapag-Lloyd Express (taxi)

A true rarity - a joke by an airline on a barfbag: Vielen Dank für Ihre Kritik (thank you for your criticism).

There's even an invitation on the reverse for more: Weitere Kritik oder Anregungen können Sie auch uns gerne mailen: kundenservice@hlx.com (you are welcome to send us further criticism or encouragement...)

This bag claims that you can Fliegen zum Taxipreis (fly for the price of a taxi). The design is borrowed from New York's yellow cabs. Which is strange: Hapag-Lloyd doesn't fly there.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi. (2004)

 

Hapag-Lloyd Express: see also hlx

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