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Bangkok Airways

An unusual design, almost as wide (19.1 cm) as it's tall (24.5 cm). This bag is made of plasticized paper, with a pleat at the bottom instead of at the sides. The closing mechanism is unusual, too: three lines embossed into the paper to ease folding, and a peel-off sticky strip to hold everything in place. There's even a thumbhole at the top to help panicky passengers open the bag. The shape of bags to come?

Thanks to Jürgen Klein. (1999)

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Bangkok Airways (no gold)

They've replaced the gold inlay in the logo with common-or-garden red.

Thanks to Fulvio Dossena (2007)

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Bangkok Airways (large)

Same idea as the bag above, but even more room for that semi-digested food.

Thanks to Gerald Shively. (2002)

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Bangkok Airways (small)

At last, a standard sized bag from Bangkok. The in-flight menu must have been improved.

Thanks to Petr Manda. (2003)

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Bangkok Airways (off-white)

The Thai flyer has migrated to a slightly off-white paper.

Thanks to Colin Smith (2005)

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Bangkok Airways (slipped logo)

Oops, printing error here: the printer didn't have the plates aligned right for the red and gold inks.

Thanks to Timo Korf (2005)

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