thai01

Thai (maroon on white)

Before Thai went multicolour.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2002)

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Thai (domestic)

A rare find: a domestic-flight Thai bag on an international flight. The logo is in Thai: it looks like "Tnu", which is "Thai" in Thai, if you follow me. You have to rip this bag open along the perforation before you can use it. (1998)

thai03

Thai (maroon domestic)

The domestic version of the newer bags below. It still says "Tnu".

Thanks to Kevin Middleton. (2004)

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thai04

Thai (international)

International bag from Thai. Subtle differences from the domestic one above: the tear-off strip at the top is white, not purple; crinkle-cut edges rather than straight ones; and the all-important logo is in English. (1997)

thai05

Thai (international, purple strip)

Ah, the subtleties of bag design! Unlike the bag above, the tear-off strip at the top is purple. Presumably Thai found that passengers failed to notice they had to tear off the strip, and used the bag without opening it. (1999)

thai06

Thai (international, no strip)

Looks like the bags above, but there's no tear-off strip.

Thanks to Steffen Heinrich. (2000)

thai07

Thai (low fill volume)

If the depth of the lilac base is anything to go by, this bag has a lower safe fill volume that the other bags in Thais menagerie.

Thanks to Eddy Vanhaute (2001)

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