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JAL (new logo)

Obviously part of a major corporate redesign. JAL has put the crossbar back on its A, but it's not content to sit horizontally like good crossbars should: it zooms upwards in stomach-churning exuberance.

Thanks to Karl English. (2003)

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JAL (finer print)

The grey in the JAL logotype has been redone with a finer raster.

Thanks to Winny Sanjaya (2005)

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JAL (dark pink, D)

Dried blood? Not sure how else to describe this colour. Why on earth did JAL go from a fresh, lively red to this drab, uninspired decor?

There's a letter D in the gusset of this bag, in the same pink.

Thanks to Leszek Szalapak (2007)

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JAL (dark pink, J)

Like the bag above, but with a black J printed in the gusset instead of the D.

Thanks to Erich Pauer (2007)

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JAL (dark grey)

Top executives at JAL didn't like the new logo or colour scheme. They didn't even like the JAL acronym. So they've renamed the airline "Japan Airlines" and borrowed the old Lufthansa look and have gone for dark grey. Elegant? No: boring. This bag is not going to keep passengers entertained for very long.

Thanks to Kyoko Hagino-Tomioka (2008)

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