Gallery:

Rune's Barf Bag Collection - Bags from Asia excluding China, Hong Kong and Macau

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Smart name from this Japanese airline, always first on alphabetical listings. Tear-off-to-open, flat base and "Waterproof Disposal Bag" in pleat. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


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Small bag from Pakistani  airline Aero Asia. White bag with blue print "Friendly people, Friendly service". Vertical closing wire.


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"Aero Mongolia is a new consumer airline that has been developed to take advantage of a shortage in the domestic travel providers in Mongolia." from air Mongolia's web. A tear off top bag with pointy bottom and two vertical closing wires on back. Thanks to Alan Howlett.


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A luxury bag from Kazakhstanian Air Astana. Print in blue, gold and silver. Instructions on back printed in silver! Thanks to Matthias Koch.


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"Disposable bag" in English, Russian and Kazakh. Horizontal closing wire and flat base. Thanks to Jan Tomásek.


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This regional airline based in Phuket was established in 2000 and are now serving 12 destinations in Thailand. A "Tear-here"-bag with flat base and vertical closing wire. Two shades of blue print on white bag. Thanks to Frederik Witte.


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A "Tear-off-to-open-bag" from Malaysian AirAsia. "Air Sickness Bag - Beg Mabuk Udara". Detailed closing instructions on back, click to see both sides. Vertical closing wire. Star on base. Thanks to Nick Osborne


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AirAsia Berhad dba AirAsia is a Malaysian low-cost airline. It operates scheduled domestic and international flights and is Asia's largest low fare, no frills airline. Plastic bag. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


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AirAsia Berhad dba AirAsia is a Malaysian low-cost airline. It operates scheduled domestic and international flights and is Asia's largest low fare, no frills airline. Paper bag with flat base. Thanks to Vladimir Hlasny.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Bagan

Air Bagan is an airline based in Yangon, Myanmar. It operates domestic scheduled services to 15 towns and cities, as well as to China and Thailand. Its main bases are Yangon International Airport and Mandalay Chanmyathazi Airport. A paper bag with a separate plastic bag inside, instructions on back only in Myanmar language. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


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"After use fold top and secure with red tab. Place under your seat and inform the flight attendant" probably same text in Pakistanian language on back. Thanks to Matthias koch


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Air Deccan, a low cost carrier of India with a light blue bag. Instructions in English and Hindi. Flat base and horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Josef Gebele


Click to view a bigger image!Air DO

Air Do is a Japan based cheap airline. Established in 1998, it is an important airline of Japan. The airline maintains regular flight operations between Tokyo and various cities of Hokkaido. Thanks to Josef Gebele


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Attractive red design from this big Indian international airline. Very robust construction with plastic coating inside and advanced closing mechanism. Manufactured by Creation in Mumbai - India. Thanks to Dhaval Chandra.


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Beautiful decorated bag from Air India. Green and blue orchids all over the bag. Everything to ensure a very fresh puking session. "Air Sickness Bag" In English and Hindi. Thanks to Steve Silberberg.


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Air India is the flag carrier airline of India. It is part of the government owned Air India Limited (AIL). The airline operates a fleet of Airbus and Boeing aircraft serving Asia, Europe and North America. Flat base and horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


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Air India is the flag carrier airline of India. It is part of the government owned Air India Limited (AIL). Different typeset and logo from #3. Thanks to Gerhard Lang.


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Air India is the flag carrier airline of India. It is part of the government owned Air India Limited (AIL). Different typeset from #4. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Koryo 1

Air Koryo, until recently known simply as Korean State Airlines or CAAK, was set up in 1954 to succeed a Soviet-North Korean carrier formed in 1950 during the three-year war on the Korean peninsula, divided at the end of World War Two. It currently operates a fleet of 25 Soviet-built Antonov, Ilyushin and Tupolev passenger and cargo aircraft out of a main base at Pyongyang's Sunnan Airport. Thanks to Peter Kunst.


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A slight new variant from Air Koryo. This one has a perforated tear off top instead of the blue tab on number 1. Otherwise same text and picture (but much better print). Thanks to Wilson Lui.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Lanka

White bag with green print from Air Lanka, the national carrier of Sri Lanka. Vertical closing wire. Bag made by ELAG. Thanks to Chris Dawson


Click to view a bigger image!Air Maldives

Air Maldives with a half transparent plastic bag. Doubles as seat occupied marker. Adhesive sticker for closing. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Mandalay

Air Mandalay is a young airline based in Myanmar (former Burma). Their bag is a straight forward construction with their yellow logo and purple company name on white background. No special refinements. Thanks to Paul Mundy.


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Vietnamese Air Mekong with a dark blue "Tear off to open" bag. Vertical closing wire and folding instructions on front and back. Bag maker information in pleat. Pointy bottom. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Amedeo

A gray bag from a Brunei airline with the exiting name "Amedeo Corporation SDN. BHD". High quality bag with sturdy paper, plastic coating inside and horizontal closing wire. "After use fold toward you". Thanks to Fredy Thuerig.


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A bag in discreet light gray from the Japanese ANA. Instructions how to open the bag in English and Japanese! Also the text. "Waterproof Disposal Bag" in both languages. A decorative checker pattern stripe goes round the bag.


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A "Waterproof Disposal Bag" from Japanese All Nippon Airwais (ANA). "Tear-off-to-open"-top and instructions in Japanese and English. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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A bag very similar to ANA 2 but look close! The arrow on top to the left of "Tear off to open" is straight, not twisted! Thanks to Mark Brace.


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A bag very similar to ANA 3 but look close! The "An Nippon Airways" is missing!"Tear-off-to-open"-top and flat base. Thanks to Ken Schafermeyer.


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Yet another "Waterproof Disposal Bag" from Japanese All Nippon Airwais (ANA). "Tear-off-to-open"-top and instructions in Japanese and English. Thanks to Leon Jang.


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Cambodian Angkor Airways with a "Tear-off-to-open"-bag. Pointy bottom, folding line on both sides and horizontal peel off sealing string. Thanks to Donald MacFie.


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A "Tear-off"-bag from this Afghan airline. ACS-logo in one pleat, airline logo in the other. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


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"Armavia" (Armenian: Արմավիա) is an airline with its head office on Zvartnots International Airport near Yerevan, Armenia. It operates international passenger services from Yerevan to destinations in Europe and Asia. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Asiana Airlines 1

A South Korea based airline. White and blue bag with double vertical closing wires. "For Motion Discomfort" in English and "For Hygiene" in Korean on front. Other unknown (for me) Korean text on back. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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A South Korea based airline. This bag is similar to no 1 but have slight different typeface on the Korean "Hangul" characters and a brighter blue color. Thanks to Karl English.


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A South Korean based airline. Sharp yellow color with only logo and name. No closing mechanism. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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A nice gray "Tear-off-to-open"-bag from Asiana. Instructions in three languages. Pointy bottom. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


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A South Korea based airline. This bag is similar to no 1 but have a tear off top and pointy base. Thanks to Vidas Vekerotas.


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The Philippine Asian Spirit operates two De Havilland Dash 7s on routes from Manila to established tourist destinations. White bag with red print and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Pål Andersson.


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The airline was established as Awair (Air Wagon International) in 1999. On 1 December 2005 Awair changed its name to Indonesia AirAsia in line with the other AirAsia branded airlines in the region. Small bag with flat base, vertical closing wire and instructions on back. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


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Azerbaijan Airlines is part of the Azerbaijan Hava Yollari Closed Joint Stock Company, the biggest Azerbaijani airline and national flag carrier. Headquartered in Baku. 3A Plastik in pleat. Thanks to Vidas Vekerotas.


Click to view a bigger image!Bali Air

A thin plastic bag from Air Bali. Dark blue and purple areas with the birdish logo. Folding marks and instructions in English on back. Vertical closing wire attached inside the bag. Thanks to Gilles Beger.


Click to view a bigger image!Bangkok Airways 1

Big white bag with self adhesive tab for closing from Bangkok Airways.  Only airline logo, no instructions. Thanks to Aidan Stradling


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A South American inspired plastic bag from Bangkok Airways. Not very common with plastic bags in Asia. Thick strings to close bag. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


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A very normal paper bag with tear-off-top, flat base and vertical closing wire from Bangkok Airways. Thanks to Frederik Witte.


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A very normal paper bag with tear-off-top, flat base and vertical closing wire from Bangkok Airways. Saw-toothed cutting and different closing wire. Thanks to Alan Howlett.


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Bangkok Airways logo repeated a couple of hundred times over the bag. Advert for Bangkok Air flyer bonus on the base of bag.Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


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Bangkok Airways with a total bag redesign. "Asia's boutique airline - Exclusive Service to Exotic Gems". URL to bonus home page on base and phone number 1771. Thanks to Yonatan Mevorach.


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A 40th anniversary bag from Thai Bangkok Airways. "Love Earth Save Earth". URL to flyer bonus website on base. Tear off to open and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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Yet a new nice design frpm Bangkok Airways. Flat base with flyerbonus ad. Vertical closing wire, web URL in pleat. Thanks to Wolfgang Luthje.


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Yet a new nice design from Bangkok Airways. Flat base with flyer bonus ad. Vertical closing wire, web URL in pleat and rip off top. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


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Creative design from Biman Bangladesh Airlines. Red and green print on white bag. Folding instructions with dotted line to ensure the correct folding. Instructions in English and Bengali- the official language of Bangladesh (and the Bengal state of India). "After use clip it and handover to cabin crew". Vertical wire closing. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


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Another Biman, Bangladesh Airlines,  bag similar to number 1. This one is printed on brown paper and has "Manufactured by Modern Enterprise" printed on back. Vertical wire for closing. Instructions in English and Bengali. Thanks to Christian Annyas.


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A narrow long bag from Indonesian Bouraq. Double dotted folding lines on back. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Buddha Air

For the first time I find an airline that explicit explains the use of the bag. Nepalese Buddha Air does this very graphic with a picture of a lady vomiting in a bag. If this isn't enough the text clearly states "This bag can be used for vomitting" (yes, misspelled). Well, there is no room for misunderstanding here. Bagmaker Rajesh Printers with phone number and logo in pleat. Thanks to Alan Howlett.


Click to view a bigger image!Cambodia Angkor Air

Cambodia Angkor Air is the national flag carrier airline of Cambodia, headquartered in Phnom Penh. It commenced operations on 28 July 2009. A "Tear-off-top"-bag with pointy bottom. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Cebu Pacific 1

White and green bag from this Philippine airline. "For motion Discomfort" and logo. Vertical closing wire on back. thanks to Roger Macrae.


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Cebu Air, Inc., operating as Cebu Pacific Air, is Asia's third-largest low-cost airline based on the grounds of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila Domestic Airport), Pasay City, Metro Manila, the Philippines. It offers scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations. Tear off top, pointy bottom. Thanks to Vladimir Hlasny.


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Cebu Air, Inc., operating as Cebu Pacific Air, is Asia's third-largest low-cost airline based on the grounds of Ninoy Aquino International Airport (Manila Domestic Airport), Pasay City, Metro Manila, the Philippines. It offers scheduled flights to both domestic and international destinations. Flat base with blue print "For motion discomfort use only" and airline ad. Thanks to Leon Jang.


Click to view a bigger image!China Airlines 1

White and blue bag from Taiwanese China Airlines made on recycled paper. Detailed illustrated instructions on how to fold on back in Chinese and English. Thanks to David Harris.


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Another white and blue bag from China Airlines. Folding instructions in English and Chinese on back. Click bag to see details! Thanks to Wilson Lui.


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Another white and blue bag from China Airlines. Illustrated folding instructions in English and Chinese on back, dotted fold lines. The front page is for some reason printed up-side-down! Green recycling symbol on back (are the bags really recycled?). Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


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Another white and blue bag from Taiwanese China Airlines. This one similar to #2 but airline logo printed upside down. Folding instructions in two steps. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


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"Since 1959". This "waste bag" was issued to celebrate the Taiwanese airline 30 years in the air. Everything is printed up-side-down even the instructions on back. Two dotted folding lines. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine.


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A "Tear-off-to-open"-bag from this Taiwanese airline. Pointy base and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Nico Snels.


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A "Tear-off-to-open"-bag from this Taiwanese airline. Pointy base and a "peel off paper" closing mechanism. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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One of the most beautiful bags in the collection. Pointy base and instructions in two languages on back. Thanks to Mark Wilson


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A nice "Tear here"-bag from Royal Bhutan Airlines Druk Air. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


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A nice "Tear off top"-bag from Royal Bhutan Airlines Druk Air. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Wolfgang H. Lüthje.


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Eastar Jet is a low-cost airline with its headquarters in Gangseo-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Thanks to Vladimir Hlasny.


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Taiwan based Eva Air have a nice decorated bag with folding instructions in English and Chinese (after use fold toward you) and a dotted line to make the folding precise. Thanks to Stuart Hickson


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Nice design on this 10-year (1991 - 2001) anniversary bag from Taiwanese Eva Air. "Tear-off-to-open"-top and instructions in Chinese and English. Thanks to Guenter Pufler.


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Taiwanese Eva Air with a new variation on this edition. Green logo and small gray stripes all over the bag. No instructions or closing mechanism.  Thanks to Wilson Lui.


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A "Disposal bag" with "Tear-here-top" from Eva. Text in English and Chinese. Pointy bottom, no closing mechanism. Thanks to Guenter Pufler


Click to view a bigger image!Eva Air 5

A "Disposal bag" with "Tear-here-top" from Taiwanese Eva. Text in English and Chinese. Pointy bottom, no closing mechanism. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht


Click to view a bigger image!Eva Air 6

Eva Air constantly change their design on the bags. A real delight to us collectors. This is a "Tear here"-bag with no base but vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Frank Mulliri


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Taiwanese Eva Air constantly change their design on the bags. A real delight to us collectors. This is the "Hello Kitty"-edition. Tear off top. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Eznis Airways

Eznis Airways is a scheduled and charter airline based in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. It is the largest domestic airline with services to a number of Mongolian domestic points, and authorization to operate international services to points in China, Russia and Kazakhstan. Thanks to Ross G Thomas.


Click to view a bigger image!Far Eastern Air Transport

Far Eastern Air Transport is an airline based in Sungshan Domestic Airport, Taipei City, Taiwan. The airline carrier serves Taiwanese residents. Daily domestic flights to Hualien, Kaohsiung, Matsu, and Quemoy. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


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A small bag from Indonesian Garuda Airlines. It measures 190 x 110 mm, nothing for a big hurl. The text "Airsickness Bag" and instructions how to fold in two stages and two languages. Blue and white and airline logo on bottom. Thanks to Graham Curran.


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Other green color variant on this extremely small bag. It would be better if they increase the size instead of fiddling around with different colors. Thanks to Sören Skov Olsen


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A slight different variant from Garuda 2. This one has a tear-of-top and more detailed folding instructions. Still a minimal sized bag for small Asian chunks. People from Europe, bring your own bag! Thanks to Gilles Beger.


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A new bag from Indonesian Garuda. Light fading blue color and tear-off top. "Help us keep things clean" on front and "Airsickness bag" on back. Bagmaker DAP and airline logo on base. Still a minimal sized bag for small Asian chunks. People from Europe, bring your own bag! Thanks to Nico Snels


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A nice transparent barf bag from Garuda Indonesian Airways. This bag makes it possible to examine the contents after execution. A special closing wire is supplied attached with a piece of tape. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.

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A small bag from Indonesian Garuda Airlines. It measures 190 x 110 mm, nothing for a big hurl. The text "Airsickness Bag" and instructions how to fold in two stages and two languages. Red print and flat base. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


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A small bag from Indonesian Garuda Airlines. It measures 195 x 115 mm, nothing for a big hurl. The text "Airsickness Bag" and instructions how to fold in tree stages and two languages on back. Blue print and flat base. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!GMG Airlines

Beautiful bag from Bangladesh's Premier Airline GMG Airlines operating Dash 8 aircrafts on domestic flights. Golden deer logo and very nice pattern. "First Class All the Way". Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Gorkha Airlines

"Fly with us the gallant way" on this nice black plastic bag from Nepalese Gorkha Airlines. Also very "gallant" closing mechanism with a flexible sting attached to the bag with a adhesive paper tab. Thanks to Gerhard Lang


Click to view a bigger image!Gujarat Airways

Indian national airline, Gujarat Airways, "Wings of Comfort". Firm bag with thick plastic coating inside and horizontal closing mechanism. Airline logo in red and black on adhesive label on a white bag with "SICKNESS BAG" printed in blue. Thanks to Sören Skov Olsen


Click to view a bigger image!Hang Khong Vietnam

A brown paper bag from HKV - Vietnam Airlines. Pointy bottom and plastic coating inside. No closing mechanism, instructions in Vietnamese. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Harlequin Air

A nice designed bag from Japanese Harlequin. "Waterproof Disposal Bag" and probably the same text in Japanese. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Hummingbird Island Airways

A nice designed bag from with a green hummingbird and "Air sickness bag". From the Maldives islands. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


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IAT, Indonesia Air Transport with a big bag measuring 270 x 170 mm. Nice red eagle logo and the text "Kandong, mabuk udara, air sickness bag". Plastic bag inside. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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Extremely sharp orange color on this Indian Airlines bag. You will find it quick in the seat pocket. Got to wear shades to prevent eyestrain! If the color makes you sick this bag comes in handy with a robust wire closing mechanism. Instructions in English and Hindi. An Ashoka product. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


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Ugly brown bag type from Indian Airlines. Horizontal closing wire. Instructions in two languages. Thanks to Robert Florida.


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A smaller bag from Indian. Flat base and horizontal closing wire. Instructions in two languages. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!IndiGo

IndiGo is a private domestic low-cost airline based in Gurgaon, Haryana, India. It operates domestic services linking 25 destinations. Its main base is Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport. Thanks to Wolfgang Luthje


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Small bag from Indonesia. "Help us keep things clean". Graphic instructions and four folding lines on back. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Jagson Airlines

Jagson Airlines is an airline based in Delhi, India. It operates scheduled and charter services within India and to Bhutan and Nepal. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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A "Tear-off-to-open" bag from Japan Air Commuter. "In case of motion sickness" on front and illustrated instructions on back. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


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A "tear-off-to-open" type bag from JAL, Japan Airlines. Nice design, instructions in English and Japanese, the text "waterproof disposal bag", "this may be used also for airsickness" in small print on back. This is my 100th bag! Thanks to Fausto Labruto, Italy.


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A "tear-off-to-open" type bag from JAL, Japan Airlines. Nice design, instructions in English and Japanese, the text "waterproof disposal bag", "this may be used also for airsickness" in small print on back. Thanks to Wilson Lui.


Click to view a bigger image!Japan Airlines 3

This Japan Airlines barf bag is very similar to JAL 1, the difference is on the back where you can read JEX (JAL Express). Click bag to see both front and back of bag. Standard "Tear-off-to-open"-bag like many Japanese airlines. All text in Japanese and English. Thanks to David Harris.


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A new variant of "Waterproof disposal bag" from JAL. This one misses any patterns present on the old bags. "Tear-off-to-open"-top. Thanks to Karl English.


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A "Waterproof disposal bag" with red tear-off-to-open tab on top. Folding instructions and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Thomas Baselius.


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Another "Waterproof disposal bag" from Japan Airlines with "Tear off to open" top. Brown color and English and Japanese text. Thanks to Leon Jang


Click to view a bigger image!Japan Airlines 7

Another "Waterproof disposal bag" from Japan Airlines with "Tear off to open" top. Dark brown color and English and Japanese text. "J" in pleat. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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Another "Waterproof disposal bag" from JAL with "Tear off to open" top. Brownish color and English and Japanese text. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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Another "Waterproof disposal bag" from JAL with "Tear off to open" top. Light red color and English and Japanese text. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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White "Tear-off-to-open"-bag from JAS, Japan Air System, blue print. In case of motion sickness on front and illustrated folding instructions on back with English and Japanese text. Thanks to Kalevi Lehikoinen


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"Good Speed Always" on this nice "Waterproof Disposal Bag" from Japanese JAS. Airline logo repeated not less than 68 times on both sides. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


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"Good Speed Always" and "Tear off to open" on this nice "Waterproof Disposal Bag" from Japanese JAS. Airline logo repeated not less than 68 times on both sides. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Jeju Air

Jeju Air is an airline based in Jeju City, Jeju-do, South Korea. It operates scheduled domestic services between Jeju and the South Korea mainland. Its main base is Jeju International Airport, with a hub at Gimpo International Airport, Seoul. Thanks to Vladimir Hlasny


Click to view a bigger image!Jet Airways 1

Dark blue bag with white text from Indian domestic airline Jet Airways. Instructions in English and Indian. Manufactured by Creation in Mumbai - India. Thanks to Dhaval Chandra.


Click to view a bigger image!Jet Airways 2

A slight change from Jet Airways #1, the airline logo has been inserted. Flat base and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


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A "Take Care"-bag from Indian Jet. "Air Sickness Bag, Kindly fold to secure, Please call attendant for disposal" in Hindi and English. Thanks to Jan Tomásek.


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Blue clouds and instructions in English and Hindi from this indian airline. Flat base and vertical wire for closing. Thanks to David Shomper.


Click to view a bigger image!Jet lite

JetLite, a wholly owned subsidiary of Jet Airways India Ltd, was acquired by Jet Airways in April 2007. Nice light blue bag with instructions in Hindi and English.  Thanks to Wolfgang H. Lüthje.


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Jetstar Pacific Airlines is a low-cost airline headquartered in the Tân Bình District of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It operates domestic and international services, and charter flights. "Tear off to open"-bag with pointy bottom. Bagmaker information in pleat. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!JTA

White "Tear-off-to-open"-bag from JTA,  "In case of motion sickness" on front and on back "This may be used also for airsickness". Good to know! Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Kam Air

Based on the open sky economic policies of the Transitional Government of Afghanistan and the law of the private investment in Afghanistan a new airline in the name of Kam Air as the first private commercial airline established. Paper bag with airline logo on flat base only and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Clemens Hirschfeld.


Click to view a bigger image!Kingfisher

Kingfisher Airlines Limited is a major Indian airline. Kingfisher operates more than 400 flights a day and has a network of 80 destinations, with regional and long-haul international services. Thanks to Wolfgang H. Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Korean Air 1

"For motion discomfort. Close by folding toward you. Clamp shut with tabs. Call attendants for disposal". Double closing tabs on back. Thanks to Aidan Stradling


Click to view a bigger image!Korean Air 2

Similar bag as Korean 1 but this one have the colors inverted. Double closing tabs on back. "Tear-off-to-open"-top. Instructions in English and Korean. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Korean Air 3

A new "Tear-off-to-open" bag from Korean. Pale blue colors. Double vertical closing wires on back. "Close by folding toward you. Clamp shut with tabs. Call attendants for disposal." in English and Korean on back. Thanks to Mats Enbom.


Click to view a bigger image!Lao Aviation 1

This bag adds a new country to my collection - Laos. It is harder to get new countries as the collection grows. Simple pointy-bottom paper bag with "Tear-off-to-open"-tab on top. No instructions or other refinements. Thanks to Steve Silberberg.


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A simple paper bag from Lao Aviation with a plastic bag inside. Street address and phone number to the airlines office in Vientiane. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


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A European style bag from Lao Aviation. Flat base and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Lion Air 1

This is Indonesian Lion Air, not to be confused with other airlines with this popular name. Small bag with flat base and folding instructions in two languages on back. Thanks to Gilles Beger.


Click to view a bigger image!Lion Air 2

This is Indonesian Lion Air, not to be confused with other airlines with this popular name. This bag is plastic.Folding instructions in two languages on back. Vertical closing wire glued inside the bag! Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Malaysia Airlines 1

Nice bag from this Malaysian airline. Instructions how to open and close the bag. Two language description "Airsickness Bag" and "Beg Mabuk Udara". ELAG printed on base. Thanks to Graham Curran


Click to view a bigger image!Malaysia Airlines 2

A very similar bag to MA no 1. This bag has "Specially produced for Malaysia Airlines" on the base of bag. No 1 has ELAG on base. Thanks to Alan Howlett


Click to view a bigger image!Malaysia Airlines 3

An older bag then no 1 and 2 I think. This one has a very nice grey pattern and "Air Sickness Bag" on front side and "Beg Mabuk Udara" on back. ELAG, CH-3422 KIRCHBERG, Switzerland on base. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Malaysia Airlines 4

A very similar bag to MA no 1. This bag has "Specially produced for Malaysia Airlines" on the base of bag. Also darker print and white paper. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Malaysia Airlines 5

A new "Tear-off-to-open"-bag from Malaysia Airlines. Vertical closing wire and folding instructions in English and Bahasa Malaysia on back. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Malaysia Airlines 6

A dull gray bag from Malaysia Airlines. Vertical closing wire, flat base and ACS Germany-logo in pleat. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Mandala Airlines 1

A thin plastic "Kantong Kotoran" from this Indonesian airline. A very transparent material enables you to inspect the contents after execution. A small metal wire is attached for closing. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Mandala Airlines 2

A thin plastic "Kantong Kotoran" from this Indonesian airline. A very transparent material enables you to inspect the contents after execution. A small metal wire is attached for closing. This one improved with airline logo on top. Thanks to Matthias Koch..


Click to view a bigger image!Mandarin Airlines

Taiwanese Mandarine Airlines, established 1991, operates domestic routes in Taiwan and some international routes in far east. "Disposal bag" printed upside down, "Waste bag" on back also upside down. Folding instructions on back, however, printed right side up! Thanks to Sam Green


Click to view a bigger image!Merpati 1

Very small bag from this Indonesian domestic airline. 180 x 110 mm. Green and white with folding instructions in two languages. The text "Kantong kebersihan" and "Airsickness bag", company logo on bottom. Thanks to Graham Curran.


Click to view a bigger image!Merpati 2

Very small bag from this Indonesian domestic airline. Detailed folding instructions in four steps on front and back. Illustrated instructions on back. I think "Get the feeling!" is a great slogan to put on a barf bag! Nice work Merpati! Thanks to Wolfgang Franken


Click to view a bigger image!MIAT 1

"Airsicknessbag" from Mongolian Airlines MIAT. Vertical closing wire, flat base and star in pleat. Thanks to Aidan Stradling


Click to view a bigger image!MIAT 2

A new variant "Airsicknessbag" from MIAT Mongolian Airlines. This one has changed logotype and pointy bottom. Two(!) vertical closing wires on back. Thanks to Jan Hedlund.


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This one similar to #2 but just single closing wire and different paper bag construction. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Million Air

Nice white bag with red and blue print from Indian Raymond Million Air "Executive Jet Services", not to be confused with Million Air, an American domestic airline. Instructions in English and Indian letters. Secure tab. Manufactured by Creation in Mumbai - India. Thanks to Dhaval Chandra.


Click to view a bigger image!ModiLuft

I'm a bit confused over what kind of connection to Lufthansa this Indian airline got. The bag design clearly indicate Lufthansa with their color and logo, no text in pleat though. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Myanmar Airways International

All blue bag with discreet logo down on both sides and underneath on the bottom from this Myanmar (former Burma) airline. Vertical string closing mechanism. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Necon Air

Necon Air Ltd. is a public limited company established in 1992 by a group of Nepali entrepreneurs and operated its first scheduled flight on September 14, 1992 with one HS-748 aircraft. Today it provides daily air services between Kathmandu and five other major cities of Nepal with its fleet of four Avro aircraft and freighter service in western Nepal by one Cessna Caravan 208 aircraft. Thanks to Paul Mundy


Click to view a bigger image!Nepal Airways

Nepal Airways with a coarse brown "recycle style" bag. Clear instructions in English. "Close by folding towards you. Clamp shut with the tabs. Call hostess for disposal". Thanks to Steven Silberberg


Click to view a bigger image!ORC

A green "Waterproof Disposal Bag" from Japanese ORC. A "Tear-off-to-open"-bag with flat base and Japanese as well as English instructions. Thanks to Josef Gebele


Click to view a bigger image!Philippine Airlines 1

Philippine Airlines clearly states "FOR MOTION DISCOMFORT" with big white capitals on this green bag. Nothing to wonder about. Thin plastic layer on the inside. Nice work. Thanks to Chris Dahl.


Click to view a bigger image!Philippine Airlines 2

An inverted variant of the Philippine Airlines 1. It clearly states "FOR MOTION DISCOMFORT" with big pale green letters. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Philippine Airlines 3

Yet another color variant from Philippine Airlines. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Alan Howlett.


Click to view a bigger image!Philippine Airlines 4

A "Tranguil Traveller" bag from Philippine Airlines. "Your comfort and well being in the air". A "Tear-here"-bag. Thanks to Karl English


Click to view a bigger image!PIA 1

A nice designed bag from Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). Two language instructions with dotted line for folding and vertical wire closing. Nice 3-color print. Thanks to Stuart Hickson


Click to view a bigger image!PIA 2

An old bag from Pakistan International Airlines (PIA). "PIA" all over the bag. "Fold here and clip - waterproof disposal bag" on top at the dotted folding line. Bagmaker "Packages Ltd" on base. Thanks to Anonymous donator.


Click to view a bigger image!PIA 3

This bag has "PIA" only once but also airline name in Pakistan language in gould print. Vertical closing wire and dotted folding line. Bagmaker "Packages Ltd" on base. Thanks to Anonymous donator.

 

  Click to view a bigger image!President Airlines 1

President Airlines of Cambodia offers an almost A4 size barf bag. It is 265 x 188 mm and have a vertical closing wire inside the bag. Only airline name and logo in dark blue and red, no instructions. Waterproof plastic layer inside the bag. Thanks to Wilson Lui.


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President Airlines 2

President Airlines of Cambodia offers an almost A4 size barf bag. It is 268 x 190 mm and has an adhesive peel off tab for closing on back of the bag. Only airline name and logo in dark blue and gold, no instructions. Waterproof plastic layer inside the bag. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Brunei 1

"Tear-off-to-open"-bag from Royal Brunei. Detailed two-step folding instructions in unknown language on back. Thanks to Graham Curran.


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Brunei 2

Another "Tear-off-to-open"-bag from Royal Brunei. This one made by DeSter with star in pleat. "Airsicknessbag" text removed from the bottom. Still folding instructions and vertical sealing wire on back. Thanks to Josef Gebele


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Brunei 3

Royal Brunei has skipped the "Tear-off-to-open" style and comes with new colors and new bagmaker. Helios logo on base of bag. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Air Cambodge

Cambodia's national airline, with service to major cities in Southeast Asia, as well as Guangzhou and Hong Kong. Blue/white bag with no more instructions than "Air sickness bag" and airline name and logo. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Andrew Sigal.


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Nepal Airlines 1

White bag with blue text and logo. Very clear instructions: "DISPOSAL BAG Close by folding towards you. Call stewardess for disposal". Thanks to Oliver Conradi.


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Nepal Airlines 2

Royal Nepal Airlines made an interesting language correction on this second variant. The old text "Call stewardess for disposal" is changed to "Call cabincrew for disposal"! Probably they discovered that there are also male stewards... Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Phnom Penh Airways Group 1

Royal Phnom Penh Airways Co., Ltd. was officially born on 21 October 1999. The sole owner of Royal Phnom Penh Airways is HRH Prince Norodom Chakrapong. This bag was picked up on a flight from Phnom Penh to Bangkok. The aircraft was a Chinese built Yun7 which is a copy of the Russian AN24. Looks like a hand made bag with plastic layer inside. Thanks to Joseph White


Click to view a bigger image!Royal Phnom Penh Airways Group 2

This Royal Phnom Penh bag looks like no 1 at first glimpse but is clearly a different edition. The first text line (in a language unknown to me, probable Khmer) has two more characters at the end and "airsickness" in the English text is now one word instead of "air sickness" on number one. Thanks to Joseph White


Click to view a bigger image!Sahara Airlines 1

Amazingly Sahara Airlines is not an African airline, it's based in India! "Close by folding towards you & clamp shut with tape". I can't find any tape but a horizontal closing wire. Also the line "Experience a new High"(!) probably this airlines slogan, nice. All text in Hindu as well. Thanks to Thomas Soltwedel


Click to view a bigger image!Sahara Airlines 2

Sahara Airlines was rebranded as Air Sahara in year 2000, although Sahara Airlines remains the carrier's registered name. Based in New Delhi, India. New bag with just airline logo on front and folding instructions in two languages on back. Thanks to Yonatan Mevorach.


Click to view a bigger image!Sahara Airlines 3

Sahara Airlines was rebranded as Air Sahara in year 2000, although Sahara Airlines remains the carrier's registered name. Based in New Delhi, India. New bag with "air sickness bag" in two languages. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image! Sempati Air

Indonesian Sempati Air with a very small blue bag. Folding lines and instructions on back. Thanks to Nico Snels


Click to view a bigger image! Siem Reap Airways

Siem Reap Airways International Co.,LTD of Cambodia. Operates a route between Siem Reap and Phnon Penh in co-operation with Bangkok Airways. Multicolor logo on white bag. Plastic coating inside, thumb grip to open and Peel-off sticky strip to close. Thanks to Jürgen Klein.


Click to view a bigger image!Silk Air 1

Singaporean Silk Air often use plain white bags but this is a genuine Silk Air with airlines logo printed on the bag. Made by ELAG Switzerland. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 1

Two blue shades in this Singapore Airlines bag. Discreet logo on the lower right corner. Sealed top, folding instructions "First fold" and "Second fold" on the back. Thanks to Graham Curran.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 2

Different design on this bag also from Singapore Airlines. Wire sealing mechanism on this quality bag. "ELAG, CH-3422 KIRCHBERG, Switzerland" on the flat base. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 3

Another older variant from Singapore Airlines. Swiss made by ELAG. Flat base and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Andreas Gauggel.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 4

This one is very similar to Singapore Airlines no 1, the only difference is that this one is missing the tear-off top.  Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 5

A "Tear off to open"-bag from Singapore Airlines with the text "Litter disposable / Airsickness bag" on top. Thanks to Gerhard Lang.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 6

A "Tear off to open"-bag from Singapore Airlines with the text "Airsickness / Litter disposal bag" on top. Thanks to Gerhard Lang.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 7

A slight different variant from no 2. "ELAG, CH-3422 Kirchberg" on the flat base. Otherwise identical bag. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 8

A "tear off to open"-bag from Singapore Airlines. Dotted lines with "First fold" and "Second fold" on back. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 9

A "tear off to open"-bag from Singapore Airlines. Dotted lines with "First fold" and "Second fold" on back. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Singapore Airlines 10

A "tear off to open"-bag from Singapore Airlines. Dotted lines with "First fold" and "Second fold" on back. Vertical closing wire. "ELAG Switzerland" on base. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Skymark Airlines

Skymark Airlines Inc. is an airline headquartered in Ota, Tokyo, Japan. It operates scheduled passenger services on Japan's regional routes and international charter flights to Seoul. Its main base is Tokyo International Airport (Haneda). Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Skynet Asia Airways

Skynet Asia Airways Co., Ltd, is a low-cost airline based in Miyazaki, Miyazaki Prefecture, Japan. It operates services mainly between Miyazaki/Kumamoto/Nagasaki and Tokyo. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Spicejet 1

Spicejet is an Indian low cost airline. Long narrow bag with instructions in two languages and adhesice closing tab on back. www.spicejet.com Thanks to Nico Snels.


Click to view a bigger image!Spicejet 2

Spicejet is an Indian low cost airline. Instructions in two languages. Tip how to minimize air sickness: Eat ligtht before your flight, Drink plenty of water. Thanks to Wolfgang Luthje.


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Spicejet is an Indian low cost airline. Instructions in two languages. Tip how to minimize air sickness: Eat ligtht before your flight, Drink plenty of water. This bag slight different typeset from #2. Thanks to Wolfgang Luthje.


Click to view a bigger image!SriLankan 1

SriLankam (former AirLanka) operating a fleet of Airbus on international routes. White bag with red print and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!SriLankan 2

SriLankam (former AirLanka) operating a fleet of Airbus on international routes. White bag with red print, tear off top and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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SriLankam (former AirLanka) operating a fleet of Airbus on international routes. White bag with blue print, tear off top and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Gerhard Lang


Click to view a bigger image!Star Air

Star air from Indonesia with a logo only bag. Four folding lines on back, four times folding is more than the normal amount. Thanks to Gilles Beger.


Click to view a bigger image!Starflyer

StarFlyer was founded as Kobe Airlines on December 17, 2002 with the intention of being based at the new Kobe Airport. The company changed its name to StarFlyer in May 2003, and moved to Kitakyushu at the end of 2003. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 1

Beautiful bag from Thai with all extras you can wish, no instructions however. Nice colors, Thai logo with gold print, sealed opening, closing mechanism, flat bottom. Excellent work. Thanks to Graham Curran.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 2

A more economic version from Thai. Only one color used. Tear off top. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Wilson Lui.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 3

This bag is very similar to Thai 1 but misses the sealed opening. Vertical closing wire on back. Gold print on the Thai logo. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 4

Similar bag to Thai 2 but this one has bag manufacturer Y-logo and "THAILAND 5-2003" on base. A "Tear-here-bag" with vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Karl English


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 5

Similar bag to Thai 4 but this one has bag manufacturer Y-logo and "THAILAND 6-2004" on base. A "Tear-here-bag" with vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Christian Annyas.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 6

Vintage Thai bag from 1973. The slogan "Get into it" is a bit amusing on a barf bag. What where they thinking? Old ELAG logo on base. Thanks to Richard Hines.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 7

Vintage Thai bag. "ELAG CH-3422 Kirchberg" on base of bag. Vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 8

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire in silver! "Vorapan Packing CO., Ltd. Made in Thailand, July 2006" in pleat. Thanks to Karl-Erik Wallin.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 9

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire in silver! "Vorapan Packing CO., Ltd. Made in Thailand, Oct 2006" in pleat. Thanks to Donald MacFie.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 10

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire in silver! "Vorapan Packing CO., Ltd. Made in Thailand, Jun 2006" in pleat. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 11

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire. "Y.N.S. MARKETING. Made in Thailand, March 2007" in pleat. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 12

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire. "Y.N.S. MARKETING. Made in Thailand, April 2008" in pleat. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 13

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire. "Y.N.S. MARKETING. Made in Thailand, July 2009" in pleat. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 14

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire. "Y.N.S. MARKETING. Made in Thailand, December 2009" in pleat. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Thai 15

Brand new Thai bag with new logo, tear-off-top and vertical closing wire. "Y.N.S. MARKETING. Made in Thailand, July 2010" in pleat. Thanks to Wolfgang Luthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Tnu

Tnu is Thai domestic. Same design and refinements as the international Thai. Tear off top. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Steve Jones.


Click to view a bigger image!TransAsia Airways 1

Beautiful bag from Taiwanese TransAsia. Nice artwork on front with Thai inspired color scheme. "Tear-off-to-open"-top. Graphic instructions on back with detailed folding instructions in two steps. Picture shows flat bottom bag but this is not! "Hand to stewardess" after folding procedure. I suppose TransAsia only hires female stewards? Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!TransAsia Airways 2

A more simple bag as opposed to #1. pointy bottom and a "Fold dotted line". Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Trans Maldivian Airways 1

A white plastic bag from TMA, Trans Maldivian Airways. Small bag with no closing mechanism. Logo in blue and yellow. Thanks to Gerhard Lang


Click to view a bigger image!Trans Maldivian Airways 2

New design from Trans Maldivian now with web address on the bag. www.tma.com.mv Thanks to Frank Mulliri


Click to view a bigger image!Trans Maldivian Airways 3

Changed design from Trans Maldivian now with web address and "Air Sickness Bag" in big letters. "Tear-off-to-open"-bag with folding instructions on back in English and another language unknown to me. Thanks to Massimo Nember.


Click to view a bigger image!Uni Air 1

A "Disposal Bag" from this Taiwanese airline. Dotted folding line and "After use fold toward you". Star in pleat. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Uni Air 2

A "Disposal Bag" from this Taiwanese airline. Dotted folding lines on both sides. Instructions in Chinese and English. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Uzbekistan Airways

Beautiful bag from Uzbekistan Airways. Deep blue background color with white and gold print in a nice pattern that will also remind you what eventually will go in the bag. One of the most beautiful bags in the collection. Click to enlarge and enjoy the full beauty of it. Flat bottom and star logo in pleat. Excellent work! Thanks to Manfred Kleber.


Click to view a bigger image!Uzbekistan Airways 2

Uzbekistan Airways has left it's nice blue/gold design for a more dull Lufthansa-style grey bag. Flat base and star in pleat. Thanks to Torsten Radtke.


Click to view a bigger image!Vietnam Airlines 1

White and blue bag with string sealing mechanism from Vietnam Airlines. Thanks to Manfred Kleber.


Click to view a bigger image!Vietnam Airlines 2

New logotype with nice flower for Vietnam Airlines on this bag. Vertical closing wire on back. Bag manufactured by "Vietnam Aviation Printing Company" ihkvn.com Thanks to David Shomper


Click to view a bigger image!Vietnam Airlines 3

Kind of hybrid bag - old logo but new information in with web site and phone number in pleat. Vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Karl English.


Click to view a bigger image!Vietnam Airlines 4

A new design from Vietnam Airlines. A tear-off top and pointy base. "Produced by Aviation Printing Joint Stock Company" in one of the pleats. Thanks to Wilson Lui.


Click to view a bigger image!Vietnam Airlines 5

A slight improved version of #4. This with a trash can symbol and folding guide with dotted lines. A tear-off top and pointy base. "Produced by Aviation Printing Joint Stock Company" in one of the pleats. Thanks to Wilson Lui.


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A slight improved version of #4. This with a trash can symbol and folding guide with dotted lines, now even instructions in English. A tear-off top and pointy base. "Produced by Aviation Printing Joint Stock Company" in one of the pleats. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!Wings Air

Indonesian Wings Air sure has a hillarious slogan: "Fly is Cheap!". Folding instructions in two languages on back. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Yangon Airways

Brown bag from Yangon Airways. Interesting construction with an inserted transparent plastic bag that only goes half way down the paper bag. Yangon Airways are operating domestic routes in Myanmar (former Burma). Only company name and their symbol - the flying Elephant. (Why am I thinking of Dumbo?). Thanks to Chris Dawson.


Click to view a bigger image!Yeti Airlines

Nice explicit graphic on this bag. The puking woman could not be misunderstood. I'm not sure if Yeti Airlines and Yeti Airways is the same airline or different. Anyway I have bags from both. Click to study both sides. Thanks to Alan Howlett.


Click to view a bigger image!Yeti Airways

Is it a footprint from the famous bigfoot Yeti on Yeti Airways logo? A nice handcrafted bag with folding instructions in English and native language (Nepali?). "Experience the Shangiri-La". Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Zest Air

Zest Airways Inc. (formerly Asian Spirit) is an airline based in Pasay City, Manila in the Philippines. It operates scheduled domestic and international tourist services. Thanks to Vladimir Hlasny.

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