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TACA

Colourful roadkill parrots from this Salvadoran airline.

Thanks Roger Macrae (2000) 

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TACA (plain white)

Alas, the parrots must have rotted.

Made by the Guatemalan firm propasa.

Thanks to Ellen Geerlngs (2004)

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TACA (even plainer)

A disturbing case of infection by Yanqui albinism? To think that TACA used to have one of the prettier bags in the skies.

Thanks to Charlotte Hšusler (2006)

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TACA (ipacksolution)

Isn't it somehow shaming for an airline to distribute bags that have the identity of the bag manufacturer prominently displayed, but not the airline itself?

Thanks to Josef Gebele (2007)

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TACV Cabo Verde Airlines

A subscriber to the "make it big" school of bag design. The "INES" of "AIRLINES" and the "TA" of "TACV" loom large on both sides of this bag; the rest of the logotype is chopped off in the gusset.

Thanks to Fredy Thuerig (2002) 

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TACV Cabo Verde Airlines (white)

One of the more enigmatic logos in the heavens: an uneven upside-down T with streamers, alongside the letters TACV that have been crossed out.

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen (2005)

TACV Cabo Verde: See also Cabo Verde Airlines

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