Oops!

This page is devoted to speling-defficient bags and ohter misteaks that have made their way from the printing press into the passenger cabin.

Grammatical errors also abound on bags - especially those that try to cater to monoglot passengers by being polyglot themselves.

And then there's faulty design (misprinted logos; instructions exhort passengers to seal the bag using non-existent tabs) and construction problems (wire tabs sticking out; non-waterproof paper).

If you know of any other substandard spelling, garbled grammar, defective design or cruddy construction, please let me know!

Thanks to Rune Tapper for the initial idea for this section, and to Rune, Bruce Kelly and Earl Waibel for scans of some of the bags.

Errors | Dodgy spelling | Faulty grammar | Substandard design and construction

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