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Transamerica Airlines

"For motion discomfort", it says. "Transamerica Airlines". For all your other travel needs, please contact another airline?

Actually, we should not scoff. This is one of the few US airlines to provide an own-brand bag. 

Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2002)

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TransAsia Airways

A pleasing design, featuring dragons, gold and purple clouds, and little diagrams showing how to close a very full-looking bag. 

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2003)

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Transasia Airways (tabs)

Looks like the bag above: front and back, and on the inside too, I expect, though it's hard to tell without breaking the "Tear off to open" tab at the top. But check the gusset, and you'll find vertical wire closure tabs. Another subtle innovation that makes bag-collecting so worthwhile.

Thanks to Sam Green. (2003)

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Transasia Airways (rectangle)

An example of a bag that can't decide which way is up. The airline name is printed the right way up, but "Airsickness bag" on the reverse is upside down. Passengers are advised to choose wisely before using this bag.

Thanks to Thorsten Hecht. (2005)

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