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Rune's Barf Bag Collection - Bags from North America: Canada, Mexico and USA

Canada
Click to view a bigger image!Air Canada 1

National carrier Air Canada with a "After use fold away from you"-bag which tend to be more unusual than the  "After use fold towards you"-type. This dark blue bag with white logo and instructions in English and French have all refinements: flat bottom, horizontal closing wire, firm paper with plastic coating inside, made by Winpack. High quality bag. Thanks to Brent Antonson.


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Air Canada with a more simple bag. Red print on white bag. Flat bottom, vertical closing wire, no instructions, made by Günter ACS. Thanks to Brent Antonson.


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Air Canada with a Winpack bag, there is also an generic version without the airline name.  Thanks to Ken Pugh


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No, this bag is not used, just looks like that because it has a bit of discoloring. DRG manufacturer, horizontal closing wire, English and French instructions. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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Red print on white bag. Similar as Air Canada 2 but this one with De Ster logo and number "PS 2051" on base. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Canada 6

Nice bag from Air Canada with the stripy logo. Plastic coating inside, horizontal closing wire, made by Winpak. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Canada 7

This bag is similar to bag #3 but this one has "DRG Packing" on base. Thanks to Robert Florida.


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This Air Canada bag has instructions on base "Please ask your flight attendant for the proper disposal of a used needle" and "PS 2051". Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Transat 1

Canadian charter carrier. White bag with vertical closing wire. Günter logo in pleat. Thanks to Ken Pugh


Click to view a bigger image!Air Transat 2

Canadian charter carrier. White bag with horizontal closing wire. No bagmaker logo in pleat. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Transat 3

Canadian charter carrier. White bag with vertical closing wire. Star on flat base. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Transat 4

Canadian charter carrier. White bag with vertical closing wire. New logo. Star on flat base. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


Click to view a bigger image!Canada 3000 1

According to Canada 3000 home page, their slogan is "Reliable *affordable * air travel" On next line you can read: "Canada 3000 Airlines regrets to advise that it will cease flying operation effective November 9th, 2001. We are therefore unable to transport passengers to their destinations, and recommend that they seek alternative methods of travel. http://www.canada3000.ca/  Anyway, the bag is a rare collectors item from now on. Thanks to Aidan Stradling.


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Slight different variant from Canada 3000. Instructions in English and French on top. Horizontal closing wire and Günter ACS logo in pleat.Thanks to Robert Florida.


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Only airline name and maple leaf in red print. Flat baes and horizontal closing wire. Günter ACS logo in pleat. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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"For motion sickness - Pour le mal de l´air" on this Canadian bag. White with grey stripes manufactured by DRG. Thanks to Ken Pugh.


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"Disposal Bag/ Sac à déchets" on this Canadian bag. Folding instructions in two languages on back. Günter ACS logo in pleat. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!CP Air

"For Motion Sickness - Pour le mal de l'air" on this extremely red bag from Canadian CP Air. High quality bag in sturdy paper with plastic inside and horizontal closing wire. Manufactured by DRG Packaging in Ontario, Canada. Thanks to Ken Pugh.


Click to view a bigger image!Nationair

Nationair-Canada. Started in 1986, ceased operations in 1994. A nice bag decorated with roses. A "After-use-fold-away-from-you"-bag. Instructions in English and French. Star in pleat. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Royal

A luxury bag from Canadian Royal. Airline logo in gold print. Vertical closing wire and star in pleat. A "fold-towards-you-bag". Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Skyservice

Skyservice Airlines Inc. was a charter airline based in the Etobicoke area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Skyservice abruptly ceased operations in 2010. Standard bag with airline logo in red print only. Thanks to Vladimir Hlasny.


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Very unusual shape on this bag from Canadian Wardair. A very wide plastic bag with textile strings for closing. Instructions in English and French. Bag manufactured by Uniflex Packaging, Canada. Thanks to Aidan Stradling.

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Nice blue bag from Canadian Worldways. Vertical closing wire on back and star in pleat. Thanks to Robert Florida.


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This is a bag from the Canadian low price airline Zip. It is actually a Winpack generic bag with a sticker on it. The sticker says "yuk" and "zip". Flat base, horizontal closing wire and folding instructions in English and French. Thanks to Nick Shevchenko


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This is another variant from the Canadian low fare airline Zip. The airline no longer exists after being integrated into Air Canada. But it will live on in my Collection! Horizontal closing wire and bagmakers star in top right corner. Thanks to Leon Jang.


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Zoom Airlines Inc. was a Canadian low-fare scheduled transatlantic airline based in Ottawa, Ontario. Zoom officially ceased all operations and filed for bankruptcy protection on August 28, 2008. Thanks to Josef Gebele.

 

Mexico:


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Most south American airlines use half-transparent plastic bags, I can't understand why. Well, Aero Mexico's bag is long and narrow (for long flights?) with "airsickness bag" in three languages. Adhesive closing flap. Thanks to Per Olsson Artberger.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Mexico 2

Aero Mexico has really exaggerated their logo on this plastic variant. Unusually for a plastic bag there is a horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Mexico 3

A similar bag to no 1, this one has only the logo not airline name.  Adhesive closing flap. "Airsickness bag" in three languages. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Mexico 4

A similar bag to no 1, this one has the recycling logo and bagmaker on low right.  Adhesive closing flap. "Airsickness bag" in three languages. Thanks to Massimo Nember


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Mexico 5

A similar bag to no 3, but this one has the adhesive flap for closing in a brown color. "Airsickness bag" in three languages. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine


Click to view a bigger image!Aviacsa 1

The Mexican airline Aviacsa since 1990 with a very long bag (for looong flights?) Blue print on sturdy white plastic, not as flimsy as South American plastic bags use to be. Instructions in English, Spanish and French. Thanks to David Shomper.


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Long white plastic bag similar to #1 but with the decorative frame removed. Instructions in three languages. Bagmaker Agroplasticos logo on low left. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


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Long white plastic bag similar to #1 but with the decorative frame removed. Instructions in three languages. Bagmaker logo removed. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Mexicana 1

I'm not sure why most of the South American airlines use plastic bags. Anyway, this specimen from Mexicana is a narrow long white model with adhesive closing flap and folding instructions on reverse side. Doubles as "Seat occupied" sign. Thanks to Al Halls


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A paper variant from Mexicana, usually using plastic bags. This bag is very similar to Continental Airlines, only airline name differs. Very sturdy bag also doubles as seat occupied marker. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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A plastic bag from Mexicana similar to #1 but this one with gray print instead of blue. graphic folding and closing instructions. Thanks to Robert Florida.


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A brand new plastic Mexicana bag with the new airline logo. "Airsicknes bag" in three languages and dotted folding line. Instructions and adhesive tab for closing on back. Thanks to Erik Domajnko.


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MexicanaClick, formerly Click Mexicana, was Mexicana's regional operator, serving most of Mexicana's domestic routes between more than 25 Mexican cities. It was founded as a low-cost carrier, but changed its market to regional operations after its acquisition by Mexicana. Plastic bag with adhesive closing tab. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!Taesa

Taesa Mexican airline with a white plastic bag. Folding instructions in three steps. Self adhesive closing. Thanks to Matthias Koch


USA:

Click to view a bigger image!40-Mile Air Ltd.

Alaska 40-mile Air Ltd. is a small bush airline that used these bags over 15 years ago. They were used as a combination barf/trash bag according to the owner. "First In Service, But Safety First". One of the biggest bags in the collection 356 x 275 mm. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Florida

Air Florida repeat its name and logo all over the bag in blue and green. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Roger Macrae


Click to view a bigger image!Alaska Airlines 1

Alaska Airlines, the closest they've come to an actual bag. This one actually has writing on it (not the name or logo, unfortunately). They've combined their seat occupied card with a barf bag, clever, eh? To my knowledge this bag is only used on Alaska Airlines so I'm not considering as a generic (yet). Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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Alaska Airlines with another variant. This one has flat base and is a little shorter. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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This Alaska Airlines plastic bag has adhesive tab on back for closing. Flat base with no print. Thanks to Justin Dodge


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This Alaska Airlines plastic bag has adhesive tab on back for closing. Flat base with "U.S. Patent No. 7,041,042". Thanks to Justin Dodge


Click to view a bigger image!American Airlines 1

A vintage bag from the good old days before AA started using plain white bags. High quality bag with all refinements: Plastic coating inside, thumb grip for fast access, horizontal closing wire, flat base and instructions in English and Spanish. Thanks to Roger Macrae


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Another vintage bag from the good old days before AA started using plain white bags. High quality bag doubling as photo bag with plastic coating inside, horizontal closing wire, flat base and instructions on back in English and Spanish. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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Another vintage bag from the good old days before AA started using plain white bags. High quality bag with plastic coating inside, horizontal closing wire, flat base and folding instructions in English and Spanish. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!ATA 1

American Trans Air (ATA)  provider of charter airline services, and on a targeted basis scheduled airline services, to leisure and other value-oriented travelers. Not to be confused with Air Transport Association of America (ATA). ATA also provides worldwide charter services to independent tour operators and the U.S. military. This bag is a high quality bag with all functions you can wish, flat bottom, thick paper, plastic coating and a robust string sealing mechanism, no instructions though. Bag also doubles as seat occupied marker. Thanks to Adam Rehnberg


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Another variant from American Trans Air. Very sturdy bag with plastic coating inside and horizontal closing wire. Bag also doubles as seat occupied marker. Thanks to Barry Day


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Another variant from American Trans Air. Very sturdy bag with plastic coating inside and horizontal closing wire. Bag also doubles as seat occupied marker. Thanks to Justin Dodge


Click to view a bigger image!Braniff 1

Braniff International, a ceased airline since 1982. More information on http://www.braniffinternational.org/ Nice bag with the text "This litter bag is for your convenience. You may take it with you if you desire. It can also be used for airsickness should the occasion arise."  On the back a score card made for gin rummy! Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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Braniff with an older very sturdy paper bag. Thick plastic layer inside and horizontal closing wire. "For motion Discomfort". Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Continental 1

This firm bag with plastic inside from Continental is quite old -  from the early 90's. Strong horizontal closing wire, high quality bag. Also doubles as a seat occupied marker. Thanks to Aidan Stradling


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Another more simple variant from Continental. This version is slight bigger and missing the white part with the closing wings. Star in pleat. Thanks to Mark Brace.


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This bag from Continental shouts "SEAT OCCUPIED" with big letters. Don't dare to sit there for heavens sake! Only small airline name and logo. Thanks to Ken Pugh.


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Another variant of the "Seat Occupied" bag, this time with the complete name "Continental Airlines". An octagonal star in pleat, a bagmaker logo I never seen before, anyone know who it is? Vertical closing wire and dotted folding lines on back. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


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A classic vintage bag from the good old days before Continental went to plain white bags. Usually Continental has double use as "Seat occupied"-marker but this is double use as doggie bag. "P.S. Cats love our food too!" (I doubt it...). Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Delta Air Lines 1

Thick paper with plastic inside. This bag doubles as occupied seat marker. "Occupied" in 8 languages on front and "For motion discomfort" in 8 languages on back. Special adhesive label for sealing the bag after use and also very clear instructions on the label "Gently peel label off bag. Fold down two times away from label and adhere to bag." Real nice work from Delta Air Lines. Thanks to Göran Östman who went all the way to USA to get me this bag!


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Other (older?) gray design from Delta. High quality bag with plastic inside and horizontal closing wire. "For motion discomfort" in 6 languages. Thanks to Stuart Hickson


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A nice waterproof and airtight "Kard-o-Pak"-bag from Delta. Instructions in four languages. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Ken Pugh.


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A nice firm bag from Delta, similar to my Delta Air Lines 1 but the text "Air Lines" removed. Plastic coating inside and peel off label. Doubles as seat occupied marker in eight languages. Thanks to Steve James


Click to view a bigger image!Delta Air Lines 5

Firm bag as usual from Delta, similar to my Delta Air Lines 1 but horizontal closing wire instead of the peel off label. Doubles as seat occupied marker in eight languages. Thanks to Fabian Schuetz


Click to view a bigger image!Delta Air Lines 6

This variant from Delta has "For motion discomfort" and "Call flight attendant for bag disposal" in 6 languages on both side of bag. Delta logo low on bag. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Delta Air Lines 7

Delta airlines has sure used a large variation of bags over the years. This variant has "For motion discomfort" and "Call flight attendant for bag disposal" in five different languages. Folding instructions on back and horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.

 

  USA:
Click to view a bigger image!Delta Air Lines 8

Yet another Delta bag. This one is made of a thick plastic material, not as flimsy as the South American bags. One color blue print. "Occupied" on front and "For motion discomfort" on back, both in 6 languages. Peel off label on back for closing. Thanks to David Shomper.


Click to view a bigger image!Delta Air Lines 9

This Delta bag is very similar to #3 but this has different text, the word "Bitte" is added in the German text. Thanks to Robert Florida.


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Delta Airlines with a brand new bag, this time a plastic one. "FEEL BETTER" on one side and "I'LL BE BACK" on other side. Peel off label on top for closing. "U.S. Patent No. 7,041,042" on base. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


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Delta Airlines with a brand new bag, this time a plastic one. "FEEL BETTER" on one side and "I'LL BE BACK" on other side. Peel off label on top for closing. "U.S. Patent No. 7,041,042" and bagmaker LK Plastics logo on base. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


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Delta Airlines with a brand new bag, this time a plastic one. "FEEL BETTER" on one side and "I'LL BE BACK" on other side. Peel off label on top for closing. "U.S. Patent No. 7,041,042" and bagmaker LK Plastics logo on base (different from #11). Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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Delta Airlines with a brand new bag, this time a plastic one. "FEEL BETTER" on one side and "I'LL BE BACK" on other side. Peel off label on top for closing. "U.S. Patent No. 7,041,042" and bagmaker LK Plastics logo on base (bigger size). Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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Yet another Delta bag. This one is made of a thick plastic material, not as flimsy as the South American bags. One color blue print. "Occupied" on front and "For motion discomfort" on back, both in 6 languages. Peel off label on back for closing. Similar to #8 but this has a small logo low on bag (bagmaker?). Thanks to Vladimir Hlasny.


Click to view a bigger image!Eastern 1

One of this collections most beutifull bags from the now closed down Eastern Airlines. "After use, fold toward you" Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


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A variant with pointy bottom and thumb grip. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Frontier Airlines 1

A "Kard-o-Pak" bag with double use as occupied seat marker. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Robert Florida.


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An all green bag in thick plastic material, heavy duty. Flat base with "U.S. Patent No. 7,041,042". Adhesive tab on back for closing. No logo or other identification. Thanks to Justin Dodge.


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Hawaiian Airlines is the 11th largest commercial airline in the United States. It is the largest airline based in the State of Hawai'i and is commonly referred to by the acronym "HAL". Hawaiian Airlines operates its main hub at Honolulu International Airport in Honolulu, Hawai'i, and also operates a secondary hub out of Kahului Airport on the island of Maui. Thanks to Sven-Erik Wahl.


Click to view a bigger image!National Airlines

A huge plastic bag from National Airlines. This is the biggest bag in the collection measuring 250 x 380 mm. I had to scan it in two sections and "glue" together! Interesting closing mechanism "Tear ends pull to center tie around". I'm not sure if big barf bags are a good sign for the airline or not. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!NATO

High quality bag from NATO. Thick plastic layer inside. Military exact instructions: "Bag, Air sickness NATO stock No 8105-99-130-2180". First fold and second fold clearly marked. "Close by folding once towards you, peel release paper from panel, fold again and secure". I just love clear instructions, this is high class. The B52 pilots can feel very confident, trusting those bags. Thanks to Jakrin Areesorn.


Click to view a bigger image!Northwest Airlines 1

Another anonymous bag, this time from Northwest Airlines, to shy to put their logo on the bag. "FOR MOTION DISCOMFORT. Call flight attendant for bag disposal". Dark blue bag with English text and white stripe, horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Fausto Labruto.


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This variant from Northwest has a peel-off label for closing the bag. otherwise similar to Northwest Airlines 1. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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This is the newest release from Northwest. Vertical closing wire on back. Still no airline identification. Thanks to Mark Ackery.


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An old Northwest Airlines bag from 1984. Wide model with pointy bottom. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Northwest Orient

Northwest Orient (now Northwest Airlines) with a sturdy bag with thick plastic coating inside. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Ken Pugh.


Click to view a bigger image!Pan Am 1

Nice gray design on the front, all white on the back. Plastic surface on the inside and extra paper strengthening in the bottom. Robust closing mechanism. One of the best bags I ever seen, perfect for its purpose. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


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Good old Pan Am with a light blue bag. I had a Pan Am 45-day USA pass in the summer of 1981 when they still where active. They had a campaign "two-for-one", buy one drink, get another for free. Good initiative. They still died. Pity. Anyway, thanks to Ken Pugh for the bag.


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Another vintage "Waste bag" from good old Pan Am. This one has no airline name, only logo. A Kard-o-Pack information tab on base of bag. They claim that the bag is waterproof and airtight(!) patented. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!People Express

Founded in USA 1981. Cost per seat-mile was half of the industry average. Enormous growth from 1981 to 1986. Stock price skyrocketed, many employees became millionaires. “Crashed and burned” in 1987/1988. High quality bag. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Song

Song is a domestic low fare airline operated by Delta Airlines. Bag made of thick plastic material with peel off label on back for closing. The bag doubles as seat occupied marker (in six languages). Thanks to Freddy Witte.


Click to view a bigger image!Southwest Airlines

"SICK OF YOUR JOB?" on the back of this bag from Southwest who try to hire people with help of this unique barf bag. Unusually this bag carry an copyright message as well. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Sun Country Airlines 1

Minneapolis based US airline. This bag doubles as a seat occupied marker. Strong horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Oliver Conradi


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Bag with red print only as opposite to Sun Country Airlines 1 which was 2-color print. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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Another variant from Sun, this one has different base construction from #2. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Justin Dodge


Click to view a bigger image!Trans World Airlines (TWA) 1

This is a vintage bag from the good old days when TWA had their name on the barf bags. Many refinements on this high quality bag, plastic coating inside, horizontal closing wire, thumb grip, flat base and instructions on back. Thanks to Karl English.


Click to view a bigger image!Trans World Airlines (TWA) 2

This is a unique bag bag in the sense that it has tipple use. I seen a lot of bags with double use, for example seat occupied marker.  This bag has a gin rummy score board and is a photo bag as well. Horizontal closing wire and mailing instructions for the photo bag in pleat. Thanks to Bruce Kelly


Click to view a bigger image!United Airlines 1

Finally a genuine United bag in the collection! Even if there is no airline identification on this bag it should be United according to all available information. Made of "Recycled paper", gray front, white back. Thanks to Karl English.


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This bag was picked from a United aircraft on a trip from New York to Denver January 1983. A high quality Kard-o-Pack bag with Uniteds nice light blue color. No thumb grip. Thanks to Robert Florida.


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Similar to #2 but this one has no Kard-o-Pack on base. Horizontal closing wire. White on back. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine.


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Similar to #2 but this one has different text. The word "Flight Attendant" is replaced with "Stewardess". Horizontal closing wire. White on back. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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Similar to #2 but this one has thumb grip. Horizontal closing wire. White on back. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!United Airlines 6

This bag was picked from Silk Air but could also be found on United Airlines. No airline identification. "For motion sickness and refuse" on front and "Please fold over. Use clip to close firmly" on back. Black print on dark blue bag, white on base. Thanks to Guenter Pufler.


Click to view a bigger image!United Airlines 7

A United bag very similar to #6 but this one has clean cut as opposed to sawtooth cut on #6, there is also a dark blue patch on base of bag. This copy found on Fra Ted, United's Low fare Carrier. Thanks to Ole Konarski.


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Similar to #7 but this one has smaller text print. Blue patch on flat base and white closing wire on back. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!US Airforce

"MOTION SICKNESS BAG (For use during moments of stomach upset). If an upset stomach is anticipated, remove bag from this container and keep ready for use. Do not be embarrassed by this precaution as even veteran travelers are subject to occasional motion sickness". White plastic bag in a yellow envelope. This bag was picked up on a trip with a KC135 Stratotanker from St.Paul, Minnesota to Andrews Airforce Base in Washington DC. The sames bag are also used on C130 Hercules planes. Thanks to Steinar Thorsen.


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US Airways, Inc., an operating unit of US Airways Group, is the fifth largest airline in the United States. A member of the Star Alliance, the airline has a fleet of over 600 aircrafts connecting 200 destinations in North America, Central America, South America, the Caribbean, Hawaii, Europe and the Middle East. Thanks to Justin Dodge.

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