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royalnepal01

Royal Nepal Airlines (stewardess)

"Call stewardess for disposal", says this bag. Doesn't Royal Nepal have any male cabin staff, or don't they demean themselves by dealing with personal waste?

Thanks to Jürgen Klein. (1999)

royalnepal02

Royal Nepal Airlines (cabincrew)

Did a Royal Nepal executive read the description above and realize its lack of gender sensitivity? This most recent version has "Call cabincrew for disposal". Ah, the power of the Internet.

Thanks to Narayan Bhattarai. (2001)

royalnepal03

Royal Nepal Airlines (not DeSter)

Same design, but longer and no longer made by DeSter.

Thanks to Piet van der Poel (2006)

royalnewzealandairforce01

Royal New Zealand Air Force

Not really an airline, I suppose. This bag came to me in 2000 as a swap from David Harris, accompanied by the following letter to authenticate it: 

Dear Mr Harris,

Please find enclosed six "wah bags" for your collection. As you can see they are very basic but do the job required. Here, at R.N.Z.A.F. Base Ohakea the wah bag is an essential part of the non-aviators flying kit when flying in the rear seat of one of our fighter jets. I'd like to commend you on your very unusual hobby and take this opportunity to state that with all your variety of wah bags you must indeed be a very sick man.

Please also find enclosed one extremely absorbent wah bag for those non-lumpy moments.

Yours sincerely,

Sgt B.I. Wilson
75 SQN
R.N.Z.A.F. Base OHAKEA
NEW ZEALAND

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