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TAROM (old blue)

An older bag from the Romanian carrier, before they discovered how to print on bags without smudging the ink.

Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2004)

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TAROM (old blue, higher)

Compare this bag with the more modern TAROM bags, and you can see where all those European Union accession billions have gone.

Thanks to Steve Silberberg. (2005)

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TAROM (gold)

Oh dear, another confusing bag: it tells you to fold it towards you after use. On both sides.

Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2001)

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TAROM (blue)

Same as the bag above, only blue.
Thanks to Homer Goetz (I think). (2003)

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TAROM (large tailfin)

TAROM's printers have now discovered how to put graphics on their bags.

Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2004)

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TAROM (tailfin)

No instructions on this blue version. We get the whole tailfin instead of just the logo, though.

Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2001)

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TAROM (higher)

The TAROM tailfin has taken off by itself and is now hovering about a third of the way up the bag.

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen. (2005)

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TDA

"In case of motion sickness" you might get by looking at TDA's round washing-machine logo?

Founded as Toa Domestic Airlines, this carrier was rebranded in 1988 as Japan Air System.

Thanks to Toshiaki Anan (2007)

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