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Xiamen Airlines

A pioneer among Chinese airlines, Xiamen has discovered the delights of tear-off strips to guarantee you an unused bag. Others (like China Eastern) use paper tabs that - if you are careful - you can circumvent by prising the bag open and aiming your waste carefully past the tab.

In the gusset: a bunch of Chinese, with the code ZL 97 2 30785.0, and a phone number: 2220285.

Thanks to Jürgen Klein. (2000)

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Xiamen Airlines (centred) 

Like the bag above, only the printer has managed to get it centred on the paper. It's on a different grade of paper, too.

In the gusset: a bunch of Chinese, with the code ZL 97 2 30785.0, and a phone number: 0592-2220285 (yes, with an area code).

Thanks to Nancy Brendlinger. (2003)

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Xiamen Airlines (new phone number)

The gusset makes the bag: this has the same code ZL 97 2 30785.0, but the phone number has changed: 0592-5739796-7

Thanks to Piet van der Poel (2008)

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Xiamen Airlines (clouds)

This bag is courteous enough to show you the sort of atmospheric turbulence the aircraft is navigating while you study the inside of the bag.

Thanks to Michel Silvera (2008)

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Xinhua Airlines

One of the new breed of Chinese bags, complete with a perforated tear-off strip at the top, along with an icon of a pair of scissors (not supplied with the bag: you'll have to smuggle your own on board if you want to cut your bag open).

Thanks to Anke Scherer. (2002)

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