klm01

KLM (1997)

No logo or other indication that this is a KLM bag. The only clues are the Dutch words "Prullenzakje" (followed by "Disposal bag" in English, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese) and "Vouwen" (followed by "Fold" in English and Spanish only). No sign of the other two UN languages: French and Russian

(1997)

klm02

KLM (logo)

They remembered to put the logo on this one.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly (2002)

klm03

KLM (logo 2)

Same as the bag above, but in a slightly different shade.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken (2002) 

klm04

KLM (1999)

I vacated my seat on a long-distance KLM flight to make room for a mother and her small child. A few hours later, a stewardess came to my new seat, thanked me, and presented me with this (full) barfbag. Inside were two ceramic Dutch houses, which proved to be miniature bottles of Bols liqueur. I immediately registered for KLM's frequent flyer programme, and will ask to be seated next to small children on all future flights.

There's a tiny KLM logo on the base of this bag, along with the words, "KLM thanks you for helping to create a cleaner environment". And for cutting their cleaning bills too (1999)

previous page | next page | top

 

Home

Top

Search

Swaps

Contact

Mamud.com