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Avianca

This Bolsa Para Mareo uses the same design as AirOne. It's a replacement for the bag below, and has even fewer words.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2000)

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Avianca (pointed base)

Just five words on this one: "Avianca", "Bolsa para mareo", and "Airsicknessbag". They could have made it just three words by writing "Bolsaparamareo".

Thanks to Pierre Fabre. (2001)

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Avianca (pointed base 2)

Like the bag above, except the red stripe on the rear is on the other side of the seam.

I've forgotten who stole this bag for me. Abject apologies... anyone want to claim credit? (2002) 

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Avianca (brown)

Just the name of the airline on this one. 

Thanks to Thomas Homer Goetz. (2002)

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Avianca (low logotype)

No closure mechanism on this bag. It's pointy-bottomed too, so you can't stand it up while you wipe the splatter from your lap. Better to get your seat neighbour to hold it for you instead.

Thanks to Barbara Kneiding (2004)

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Avianca (fancy A)

They've snazzed up the design just by adding a couple of twirls to the initial A of Avianca.

Thanks to Janusz Tichoniuk (2006)

Aviandina

One of those enigmatic Latino bags with a double-headed arrow on the reverse pointing to either side of the bag. "Here aqui", is says. Twice. Maybe it has something to do with the transparent strip of plastic attached to the bag seams?

Looks like I'll have to go to Peru just to find out.

Thanks to Homer Goetz (2005)

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