luckyair01

Lucky Air

But you're unlucky if you have to use this bag.

Thanks to Piet van der Poel (2007)

lufthansa01

Lufthansa (use-by date)

Gives both the production date (9.73) and the use-by date (3.74) in the gusset. Only on a German bag... 

That gives a baglife of just six months... use it or lose it... or collect it.

Made by Vereinigte Papierwarenfabriken GmbH, 6 Frankfurt/Main, Cretzschmarstraße 14, Germany.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (2002) 

lufthansa16

Lufthansa (use by 6.75)

A couple of bag generations later than the bag above.

Thanks to Walter Brinker (2005)

lufthansa15

Lufthansa (Vereinigte Papierwarenfabriken)

By the same manufacturer, but no use-by date. They must have upgraded their materials to extend the bag's seat-pocket life indefinitely.

Thanks to Homer Goetz (2005)

lufthansa02

Lufthansa (Kard-o-Pak)

No use-by date on this bag, so it's still safe to puke into. I think the glue on the bag has expired, though.

Something went horribly wrong with the bagophily.com scanner while this bag was being scanned. Despite its age, it isn't as radioactive as it looks.

Thanks to Homer Goetz. (2003)

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