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Awair

Rumour has it that the "AW" in this airline's name stands for Abdurrachman Wahid, the former president of Indonesia, who is reputed to own the firm.

Pak Wahid is not to generous with his passengers: the bag is a tiny 11 x 17.8 cm.

Thanks to Winny Sanjaya. (2004)

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Axis Airways

Strange name for an airline, especially a French one. This bag is careful to include a ® symbol to make sure no-one else (presumably resurgent Nazis, Italian Fascists or Japanese Imperialists) uses the name.

Thanks to Josef Gebele (2004)

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Axis Airways (pointy base)

Axis have trimmed the size of their logo and have gone pointy-based.

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen. (2005)

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AZAL

Finally, an airline from Azerbaijan. Don't hand this bag to the cabin crew, leave it on the floor, or throw it out of the window. No, it has unique instructions: Özünüzlэ tualet otağına aparmağınız xaniş olunur (or if you don't understand Azeri, "To be taken to WC" - as it says on the reverse).

Thanks to Bruce Kelly (2006)

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AZAL (grey)

You can still Özünüzlэ tualet otağına aparmağınız xaniş olunur, but its dull colour will make it less conspicuous.

Still unclear what you're supposed to do with it once you get it into the WC.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly (2007)

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Azzurra

Yes, two Zs and two Rs, though the name doesn't appear on the bag.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi. (2002)

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