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Onur Air

This Turkish carrier's logo consists of a tailfin without a fuselage or wings.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly (2005)

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Onur Air (Papirus)

The Turkish bagmaker Papirus has taken over the lucrative Onur Air contract from Swiss-based ELAG. They've persuaded Onur executives to add a identification to one side of this product ("Sickness bag" in English, German, French and Turkish), as well as the Papirus logo in the gusset.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi (2005)

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Onur Air (SEM)

A new competitor in the bagmaking business: SEM. Their logo and phone number are in the gusset.

Thanks to Christian Annyas (2005)

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Onur Air (blue/grey logotype)

A ritzy new blue/grey logotype for Onur, though the tailfin in the logo still hasn't found the rest of the plane it's supposed to be attached to.

Thanks to Josef Gebel (2007)

 

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Orion

Attractive brown, orange and white motif on a pale orange background. The bagmaker's star logo is at the bottom, not hidden in the side pleat like in most other bags.

Thanks to Graham Curran. (2000)

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Orion (white)

Less attractive bag, somewhat worn by age. Orion's logo would not look out of place on a washing machine.

Thanks to Mark Brace. (2003)

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