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Rune's Barf Bag Collection - Bags from Europe A..A

Click to view a bigger image!ABЛ Arkangelsk

Instructions in Russian and English, airline name only in Russian. "This bag i provided for your use in flight to collect general waste. We will dispose of it after your flight. If use for airsickness please hand to cabin crew for disposal."  Thanks to Mark Ackery.


Click to view a bigger image!Adria Airways 1

Lovely and fastidious design on this bag from Slovenia based Adria Airways. The text "AIRSICKNESSBAG" on the reverse side. No instructions or other refinements. Thanks to Oliver Conradi.


Click to view a bigger image!Adria Airways 2

Adria went shy and removed the airline name, just hundreds of logos over the bag. "Air sickness bag" on back. Thanks to Gerhard Lang.


Click to view a bigger image!Adria Airways 3

Adria aim to please us collectors with new design on their bags from time to time. This one with big A-logos all over the bag. Very nice looking with silver print. Manufactured by Polietilenka-Bihac. Thanks to Alan Howlett.


Click to view a bigger image!Adria Airways 3 (inex adria aviopromet)

A vintage bag from Adria. Blue print on white bag with pointy bottom and no closing mechanism. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!Aegean Airlines 1

A very nice number game to entertain you while trawling with Greece Aegean Airlines is included on this bag. "In event of sickness please call cabin crew for assistance" and "This bag may contain bio-hazardous waste after use" (Well, that's a way to put it...) Thanks to Tage Axelsson.


Click to view a bigger image!Aegean Airlines 2

Same design as Aegean #1 but a more sloppy print and black color instead of dark blue. Bagmakers logo and phone number in pleat. "This bag may contain bio-hazardous waste after use" (probably after eating airline food...). Thanks to Frank Mulliri


Click to view a bigger image!Aegean Airlines 3

New design for Aegean. "In the event of sickness please call the crew for assistance." Pointy bottom, no closing. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht


Click to view a bigger image!Aegean Airlines 4

New design again for Aegean. "In the event of sickness please call the crew for assistance." Pointy bottom, no closing. Now with star alliance logo. Thanks to Vidas Vekerotas.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeris 1

Nice bag from French airline Aeris. An aeroplane tail with the airline logo, it really goes round the edge of the bag and in to the pleat. Thanks to Fredy Thuerig.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeris 2

A pointy bottom bag from French Aeris. "Découvrez ŕ quel point Aéris vous aime sur" what ever it means. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeris 3

A great improvment over Aeris 2 from this French airline. "La compangnie qui vous aime". This time with a bigger logo, flat base and star in pleat. They also advertising their web site at www.aeris.fr . Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Aer Lingus

Irish Aer Lingus expose its name extensive on this white bag with black print. Instructions in detail on the back, both graphic and text in four languages. Made by ELAG Kirchberg. Thanks to Theo van Bakel.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 1

There are more than hundred airlines in Russia. Aeroflot is the international giant among them. It is also known as the airline where the staff gets drunk before the passengers. Glossy surface on this bag, simple blue print, no flat bottom, no closing mechanism. "In event of sickness please fold this bag over and hand to cabin crew for disposal". Would that help against sickness?  Thanks to Adam Rehnberg.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 2

There are more than hundred airlines in Russia. Aeroflot is the international giant among them. It is also known as the airline where the staff gets drunk before the passengers. This is a very simple bag from Aeroflot, green with a stamp with  Aeroflot in Russian only and the company logo with the hammer and sickle. Thanks to Sam Green.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 3

A really robust bag from Aeroflot. The text says: Hygienic Bag. Manufactured according to TU-81-01-336-75
(by the order of Aeroflot). M. Bag made from specially impregnated paper and is not suitable for foodstuffs.
Not sure what the "M"-logo stands for, probably the bag manufacturer. Thanks to Mark Brace for the translation from Russian and thanks to Cilgia Könz
for the bag.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 4

A similar bag to my Aeroflot 1. The different with this one is that it has a non glossy surface and thick plastic coating inside instead. Smart thinking Aeroflot! The quotes removed on the Russian text. This slight confusing instruction in English: "In the event of sickness please fold this bag over and hand to cabin crew for disposal". Thanks to Mark Brace


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 5

A similar bag to my Aeroflot 3. The difference with this one is that the print is red and a different typeset. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 6

A similar bag to my Aeroflot 4. Different Russian text under the logotype. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 7

A complete new design from Aeroflot. Fading red color and the new logo. "Airsickness bag" in English and Russian. Pointy bottom. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 8

An old style Aeroflot bag. Aeroflot is the Russian national airline and the biggest carrier in Russia. It is a member of the SkyTeam Alliance. It was also the national airline of the Soviet Union and was once the largest airline in the world. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 9

Fading red color and the new logo on this bag very similar to # 7 but this one with a different text on top. "Hygienic package". Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 10

Yet another variant from Aeroflot, this one with the Skyteam logo to the right of the Aeroflot logo. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeroflot 11 new_small.gif (201 bytes)

Yet another variant from Aeroflot, this one with a bigger logo and vertical closing wire across the text. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Lloyd 1

Nice colorful bag with from German Aero Lloyd. Instructions in English and German, company logo in colors and "air sickness bag" in four languages. Thanks to Oliver Conradi.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Lloyd 2

Another variant from Aero Lloyd. Folding instructions in English and German. "Air sickness bag" in four languages. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Lloyd 3

Same type as Aero Lloyd #2 but this one has an ad for BSR (Wenn Sie auch mal was loswerden wollen.)on back. Bagmaker Helios logo in pleat. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


Click to view a bigger image!Aeromist

A simple white paper bag from Ukraine airline Aeromist. Pointy bottom and red print with flying angel blowing horn. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!AeroSvit Airlines

A simple paper bag from Ukraine airline AeroSvit Airlines. Flat base blue print "Airsicknessbag" in English and Russian. No instructions or closing mechanism. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!AeroSvit Airlines new_small.gif (201 bytes)

A simple paper bag from Ukraine airline AeroSvit Airlines. Flat base blue print "Airsickness bag" in English and Russian. Tear off top and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Lyon

Nice green and red colors on this bag from French Aero Lyon. No text what so ever. Star in pleat. Thanks to Barry Day


Click to view a bigger image!Aigle Azur new_small.gif (201 bytes)

A white bag with pointy bottom has Aigle Azur logo in blue print and URL on front, nothing more. French airline. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Air 2000 1

Clear illustrated instructions on this bag from Air 2000 a UK based charter airline. Similar to British Airways bag. The "Leave bag on your seat"-picture shows a flat bottomed bag standing nicely on a seat, however, this is a non flat bottomed bag and is impossible to place that way! Thanks to Cris Dawson


Click to view a bigger image!Air 2000 2

Other more simple design on this bag also from Air 2000. Thanks to Stuart Hickson.


Click to view a bigger image!Air 2000 3

New improved design from UK based Air 2000. Still pointy bottom but nicer colors. "This bag may contain biohazardous waste after use". Thanks to Mark Brace


Click to view a bigger image!Air Adriatic 1

Air Adriatic is a Croatia based charter airline. This was their barf bag until its poor quality forced them to use it as a sandwich bag for the passengers! The Air Adriatic 2 is better quality and now used as their sick-bag. Thanks to Gregor Kurtovic for the story and the bag!


Click to view a bigger image!Air Adriatic 2

Air Adriatic new safe sickbag using glossy paper (read about no 1).This one has a pointy bottom and only airline logo for print on the bag. Thanks to Gregor Kurtovic


Click to view a bigger image!Air Atlantis

Interesting plastic bag from Portuguese airline Air Atlantis. Plastic bags are unusual for European airlines. The green print on the bag does show some kind of graphic instruction how to use the bag. Not easy to understand. Adhesive peel of label for closing. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Bee

Air Bee S.p.A. was an airline based in Rome, Italy. The airline has suspended operations on 11 September 2008 but has announced plans to possibly restart operations but now given up those plans. Thanks to Massimo Nember.

Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 1

White standard bag from Air Berlin. German Günter logo in pleat. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 2

White standard bag from Air Berlin. Smaller logo than Air Berlin 1 and sans serif font. Star on bottom. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 3

White standard bag from Air Berlin. Now with airline URL below logo "airberlin.com". Star on base. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Mark Brace


Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 4

More development from Air Berlin. Now they have removed the logo and only kept the URL on the bag. Pointy bottom, nothing else. Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 5

A slight different bag from # 4, this one wider and different typeset, otherwise same type of design. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 6

A new design from German airline Air Berlin. This time with new logo and Internet address. Pointy base. Thanks to Ole Konarski


Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 7 new_small.gif (201 bytes)

Same design as #6 for this Air Berlin, but this bag with logo printed up side down. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje


Click to view a bigger image!Air Berlin 8 new_small.gif (201 bytes)

Similar design as #3 but this one with pointy base and no bagmaker logo. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje

  Click to view a bigger image!Air Belgium

Gray bag with the AB logo repeated 100 times on front and back. Star in pleat. Thanks to Nico Snels


Click to view a bigger image!Air Columbus 1

Nice bag from Portuguese Air Columbus. Yellow and blue print on a tail from an airliner. No closing, no flat bottom, no instructions, no problems. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Columbus 2

A plastic bag from this Portuguese airline. New logotype still on a plane tail. Self-adhesive tab for closing. Instructions on back. Thanks to Roger Macrae. 


Click to view a bigger image!Air Comet new_small.gif (201 bytes)

White standard bag with pointy base from air Comet, Spain.  Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Corsica

White standard bag with flat base from air Corsica, France. Vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Dolomiti 1

Nice light blue color on this Italian bag. Air Dolomiti is a partner of Lufthansa. Star logo in in side pleat. Thanks to Jan Hedlund.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Dolomiti 2

This bag is identical to Air Dolomiti 1 with one exception. There is no star in pleat but the bag makers URL http://www.maltoninflight.com/. Thanks to Frank Mulliri


Click to view a bigger image!Air Dolomiti 3

A new variant from Italian Air Dolomiti. Light blue with no other print than on the base. Company logo and "Partner of Lufthansa". Thanks to Per Boström.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Dolomiti 4

A new variant from Italian Air Dolomiti. Light blue block and a green sqare. Company logo and "Partner of Lufthansa". Thanks to Jan Tomášek.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Dolomiti 5

A new variant from Italian Air Dolomiti. Light blue bag with a green line across. Company logo "Partner of Lufthansa" on both sides and on flat base. Thanks to Thomas Ansorge.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Dolomiti 6 new_small.gif (201 bytes)

An interesting variant from Air Dolomiti - "Solid litter only". Do they provide other bags for airsickness? Or do I suppose to throw only massive chunks? Thanks to Rainer Schwartz.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Europa 1

Simple bag from Spanish Air Europa. Blue print on white bag.  Thanks to Oliver Conradi.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Europa 2

Another variant from Spanish airline Air Europa, not to be confused with Italian Air Europe. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Europe 1

Italian airline in the Volare group. Brown/red color with white logo and text. "Sacchetto Mal d'Aria - Airsickness Bag". Flat bottom but no closing wire. Thanks to Jan Hedlund.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Europe 2

White bag from Italian AirEurope. "Sacchetto Mal d'Aria - Airsickness Bag" Thanks to Bruce Kelly


Click to view a bigger image!Air Europe 3

Another white bag from Italian Air Europe. "If used, please hand to cabin staff for disposal". Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Europe 4

A bag with double identity from Italian Air Europe. One side is "Air Europe - Voli Intercontinentali" other side is "Volareweb.com Voli Nazionali". Click for details. Thanks to Massimo Nember.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Europe 5

Air Europe was a wholly privately owned, Independent British airline, established in 1978 under the working title Inter European Airways. It adopted the Air Europe name the following year. It went spectacularly bankrupt on March 8, 1991. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine.


Click to view a bigger image!Air France 1

All white very simple bag with Air France logo in blue and red at the top on both sides of bag. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken


Click to view a bigger image!Air France 2

Another variant of Air France bag. This one has a sealing wire and a smaller logo on a white bag. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken


Click to view a bigger image!Air France 3

Similar to Air France no 2 but this have a more glossy paper quality. Vertical sealing wire on back. AF05.184 on base. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air France 4

Vintage bag from Air France. Light green bag with Air France only on front and bagmakers address and "Made in France" on back. Thanks to Matthias Kock


Click to view a bigger image!Air France 5

Another "AF 05.184"-bag from Air France. This one with a thicker gray line under Air France. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Air France 6 new_small.gif (201 bytes)

Another "AF 05.184"-bag from Air France. This one with a new Air France logo. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Holland 1

A "After-use-fold-towards-you-bag" (on both sides!) from Air Holland. White bag with black print and star logo in pleat. Thanks to Theo van Bakel.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Holland 2

Another variant from Air Holland. Similar as above but with a mysterious gray pattern as background. Star logo in pleat. Thanks to Theo van Bakel.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Inter 1

Boring gray bag from this now closed French airline. Vertical closing wire. Nothing in pleat. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Air Inter 2

No chance to miss who this airline is. AIR INTER repeated all over this double paper bag. No refinements what so ever. Thanks to Roland Treglia


Click to view a bigger image!Air Inter 3 

Similar to no 1 but this has the French bag makers contact information on the base of bag. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Inter 4

Air Inter (Lignes Aériennes Intérieures) was a semi-public French domestic airline. Before its merger with Air France, the airline was headquartered in Paray-Vieille-Poste, Essonne. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Inter Europe

Gray bag with discreet airline name and logo low on bag. Similar to Air Inter 1 bag. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Italy 1

A white bag with pointy bottom has Air Italy logo in gray on one side only. Thanks to Massimo Nember.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Italynew_small.gif (201 bytes)

A white bag with pointy bottom has Air Italy logo in black on one side only. Thanks to Wolfgang H Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Littoral

A white bag  from French based Air Littoral who ceased operation in 2004. Only airline logo on front and back, star in pleat. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Luxor

Very simple white plastic bag from Portuguese Air Luxor. Self-adhesive tab for closing. No instructions. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Madrid

Air Madrid with a plastic "Air - Sickness Bag". "Bolsa para utilizar en caso de maero". Exhaustive instructions in Spanish and English. Dotted folding lines and adhesive closing system. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Malta 1

Strict design from Air Malta. Logo in red and blue on white bag. Swiss made by ELAG. Thanks to Aidan Stradling


Click to view a bigger image!Air Malta 2

Slight different Air Malta bag. Non flat bottom (not ELAG). Print on just one side on this more simple "tourist class variant". Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Air Malta 3

Different design from Air Malta. Airplane tail with airline logo. Flat base and bagmaker ACS Germany in pleat. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine


Click to view a bigger image!Air Malta 4

Slight different from Air Malta #1, ACS-logo in pleat, white patch on base. Air Malta is the national airline of Malta, serving around 50 destinations in Europe and North Africa. The airline is based at Malta International Airport (MLA), at Luqa. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine


Click to view a bigger image!Air Malta 5

Air Malta has managed to get their www-address on the bag. Pointy bottom, nothing else. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Malta 6

Air Malta has managed to get their www-address on the bag. Flat base with "ELAG, CH-3422 KIRCHBERG, Switzerland". Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Malta 7

Slight different from Air Malta #1, Papirus A. S. in pleat. Air Malta is the national airline of Malta, serving around 50 destinations in Europe and North Africa. The airline is based at Malta International Airport (MLA), at Luqa. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Air One 1

Airline logo in yellow and blue and the text "Airsicknessbag" on this white bag from Italian domestic airline Air One. Flat base. Thanks to Fausto Labruto.


Click to view a bigger image!Air One 2

This bag is picked from a B 737-400 from Italian Air One. Bag is missing airline logo but have the bag manufacturer in pleat: Made by DIVA International S.r.l. Foligno, Italy. Airsickness bag in four languages. Thanks to Christophe Van Lint.


Click to view a bigger image!Air One 3

Airline logo in yellow and blue and the text "Airsicknessbag." on this white bag from Italian domestic airline Air One. Pointy base. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Plus Comet

Elegant but simple bag from Spanish Air Plus. No refinements. "Bolsa de Maero - Air Sickness Bag". Thanks to Wolfgang Franken


Click to view a bigger image!Air Slovakia

Nice pattern on this bag from Air Slovakia BVJ Ltd. Small airplane siluettes forming snow crystals (that's what i think it is). Airline name and complete address in Bratislava, Slovakia. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.

 

  Click to view a bigger image!Air Southwest

A dark blue "denim style" variant from regional UK airline Air Southwest. The strange thing with this bag is that it is the very same bag that Belgian airline Sobelair was using before they went bankrupt in 2004. Yes, it is Sobelair's old logo on it! Thanks to Anita Aaslund.


Click to view a bigger image!Airtours International 1

Narrow model from Airtours International, a UK based charter airline. Logo and instructions in dark blue color print. Thanks to Stuart Hickson


Click to view a bigger image!Airtours International 2

Long bag from Airtours International, a UK based charter airline. Logo in dark blue, green and red color print. Thanks to Stephen James


Click to view a bigger image!Airtours International 3

This version from Airtours International has a slight different logo placed at top of bag. No other refinements. Thanks to Steve Jones


Click to view a bigger image!Airtours International 4

Extra big and wide model from UK based Airtours International. Simpel bag with no refinements at all. Simular to no 1. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air UK 1

Unusual shaped bag, very wide and no flat bottom. 250 x 180 mm. Simple construction, white and blue, no extras. Thanks to Graham Curran.


Click to view a bigger image!Air UK 2

UK based AirUK with a white bag with red and blue print. This is the wide model with two blue lines under the airline logo. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air UK 3

UK based AirUK with a white bag with red and blue print. This is the narrow model with three blue lines under the airline logo. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air UK 4

UK based AirUK with a white bag with red and blue print. This is the narrow model similar to AirUK no 1. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Air UK 5

UK based AirUK with a white bag with red and blue print. Instructions in English and French. Plastic inside. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht.


Click to view a bigger image!Air UK Leisure

A "After use fold toward you"-bag from Air UK Leisure. Flat base and star in pleat. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Airworld

Charter airline established in 1993. It was bought par by tour operator Thomas Cook in 1996. It merged with Flying Colours Airlines in 1998. Big plastic bag. Biohazardous warning. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Alfaairlines

An "After-use-fold-toward-you"-bag from Turkish Alfaairlines. Air Sickness Bag in five languages. Star on base. Thanks to Barry Day.


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 1

AAA-logo in white on red background. Multi lingual explanation: "chiudere arrotolando, close by folding, fermer en pliant, durch zusammenrollen schliessen, cierrese enrollando, fechar enrolando". Nice. Thanks to Oliver Conradi


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 2

This bag was picked up on an Alitalia domestic flight. There is no logo, no name, a sticker, blue and white, with the advertising of Travelgum (against airsickness!). A wire sealing mechanism and the mysterious number "AZ 64706260". Does the bags have unique serial numbers? Or is this a secret lottery ticket? What can I win? Thanks to Fausto Labruto


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 3

This bag was picked up on an Alitalia domestic flight. There is no logo, no name, a sticker, blue and white, with the advertising of Travelgum (against airsickness!). A wire sealing mechanism and the mysterious number "AZ 64706260". Does the bags have unique serial numbers? Or is this a secret lottery ticket? What can I win? Thanks to Fausto Labruto


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 4

A new mouch improved sickbag from Alitalia. The sticker on the base of bag is now replaced with print with the same Xamamina advertisment. Airline name and logo in green color added as well. Great jobb Alitalia! Click bag for details. Thanks to Pierfabrizio Di Marco


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 5

A new development from Alitalia, this time the sticker with Xamamina ad is back on base of bag. Otherwise same as Alitalia 4. Vertical closing wire on back. Click bag for details. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 6

A very similar bag to #4 but this one has a different print on the Xamamina ad on base. Click picture for full details. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 7

An old Alitalia with tripple A logo and "close by folding" in six languages on the flat base. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 8

New bag from Alitalia. "Sacchetto Mal D'Aria / Sickness Bag". Airline  and Skyteam logo on front. Xamamina advertising on base, vertical closing wire on back. Click here for details. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 9

New bag from Alitalia with also Air One and Skyteam logos on the green box. Xamamina ad on base. Thanks to Massimo Nember.


Click to view a bigger image!Alitalia 10 new_small.gif (201 bytes)

New bag from Alitalia with also Air One and Skyteam logos on the green box. Whitout the Xamamina ad on base. Thanks to Frank Mulleri.


Click to view a bigger image!AlpiEagles

A "Sacchetto Mal D'aria" from this Italian airline. pointy bottom, no closing mechanism. Thanks to Massimo Nember.


Click to view a bigger image!Amsterdam Airlines

Amsterdam Airlines was a Dutch charter airline with its head office in Amsterdam Airport Schiphol in Haarlemmermeer, Netherlands. Founded in 2007, it ceased its operation on October 31, 2011 and went bankrupt on November 22. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Anadolujet

AnadoluJet is a Turkish airline based at Esenboğa International Airport, Ankara, operating domestic and international flights on behalf of Turkish Airlines. Pointy base and bagmaker Posetsan in pleat. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!AOM

Gray standard bag from France AOM "Cie Arienne Française". No instructions or closing mechanism. Star in pleat. Thanks to Roland Treglia.


Click to view a bigger image!ARP 410 Airlines

Sometimes I wonder how hard it must be to come up with new names for airlines. All good names are already taken. This Ukrainian airline found this exiting name "ARP 410 Airlines". This would really attract passengers. Nice work! Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Atlantic Airways

A nice white bag from Faroe Island airline Atlantic Airways. Clear instructions "Airsickness bag" and "After use fold towards you". Airline logo in red and blue. Closing mechanism. Thanks to Ola Edlund.


Click to view a bigger image!Aurela Aircompany

A "waste bag" from Lithuanian airline Aurela. Pointy bottom and no instructions or closing mechanism. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Austrian Airlines 1

This all white bag with red print has has the explaining text "Abfall, Waste, Dechets" on the top and the airline logo down right. Same print on both sides. Plastic inside. Horizontal wire closing.


Click to view a bigger image!Austrian Airlines 2

Another colored variant from Austrian. "Waste" expanded from three to four languages compared to the bag above. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!Austrian Airlines 3

New design from Austrian. White bag with gray and red print. "Waste" in three languages. Horizontal wire closing. I just love when the airlines change design now and then. Thanks to Jan Hedlund.


Click to view a bigger image!Austrian Airlines 4

Very similar to #2 but this one misses the horizontal closing wire. Austrian Airlines is the flag carrier airline of Austria, with its headquarters in Vienna. Its main base is Vienna International Airport (VIE). In 2006 Austrian had 10 million passengers. Thanks to Ronnie Irvine.


Click to view a bigger image!Austrian Airlines Group

Austrian Airlines is now Austrian Airlines Group which gives me reason to add a new variant to the collection. With the exception of the word "group" the bag is identical with the old one. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviaco 1

Spanish Aviaco with a white bag with blue print. "Air sickness bag" in three languages. Dotted folding lines and instructions in English and Spanish on back. Four lines spanish text on base. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviaco 2

Spanish Aviaco with a white bag with blue print. "Air- sickness bag" in two languages. Dotted folding lines and instructions in English and Spanish on both sides. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviaco 3

Spanish Aviaco with a white bag with blue print. "Bolsa de mareo - Air sickness bag". Dotted folding lines on back and instructions in Spanish only on base of bag. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviaco 4

Aviaco (Aviación y Comercio SA) was a Spanish airline incorporated on February 18, 1948. At the end of the 1990s Iberia reorganized all its group of companies and Aviaco operations were closed down in 1998. All its aircraft were repainted with Iberia's corporate logo. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviaco 5

Aviaco (Aviación y Comercio SA) was a Spanish airline incorporated on February 18, 1948. Plastic bag with instructions in Spanish and English, dotted folding lines and adhesive closing stripe. Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviogenex 1

A Yugoslavia based airline. Big red bag with pointy bottom and no closing mechanism. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviogenex 2

A Yugoslavia based airline. Big red bag with pointy bottom. Different logo from no 1. Thanks to Derek Delaney.


Click to view a bigger image!Aviogenex 2

A Yugoslavia based airline. White bag with pointy bottom. Inverted design from #2. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Avioimpex

Funny name Avioimpex on this Macedonian airline. Logo repeated over the bag, even on back. "Airsicknessbag" on front and star in pleat. Thanks to Zarko Koneski


Click to view a bigger image!Axis Airways

Axis is a French airline who started its first regular charter passengers flight in April 2001 under the Axis Airways flag. Star in pleat. Thanks to Gregor Kurtovic.

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