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Oasis Airlines

Is this from (a) the US charter carrier, or (b) the Spanish airline of the same name? Or perhaps (c) the British rock group? 10 points if you guessed (b). Minus 10 points if you guessed (c): though after the rock group's lifetime ban from travelling on Cathay Pacific, maybe they do need their own plane.

Thanks to Guido Debenedetti. (1999)

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Oasishongkong

Or something like that. With dotted lines to show how far to fill up this bag.

Thanks to Else Lai (2007)

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Oasis International Airlines

An airline badly in need of an English editor:

"Once been used, close by the dotted line and auto-stick on the adhesive after having removed the protective paper. Open the bottom fold to get a bag with a higher stability and better form."

"Use in case of air sickness" below this mangled prose is correct in Spanish, English, French and German, but the Dutch looks weird: "Te gebruiken in Geval van misselkheid". I didn't realize our Dutch cousins use the letter .

Thanks to Homer Goetz (2005)

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Ocean Air

Drawstring plastic bag in three colours from this Brazilian carrier.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2003)

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Ocean Air (red/black)

They've done away with the yellow, but added some instructions to make up.

Thanks to Roger Macrae (2007)

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