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BRA

Nothing to do with feminine intimate apparel: this is Brasil Rodo Aéreo, Brazil's third-largest airline.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly (2006)

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Braathens SAFE

Big bag with a grid for tic-tac-toe (noughts-and-crosses) on the back. Unlike Maersk, another Scandinavian carrier with the same idea, Braathens has started the game off for you (X currently has the advantage over O). A form of in-flight entertainment that would seem to be cheaper than the videos and computer games now so beloved of airlines.

Thanks to Christian Kamhaug, who says that this bag stems from the mid-1980s. (1999)

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Braathens SAFE (miniplane)

The miniature plane on this bag is doing its best to gain altitude so it can clear a large blue mountain.

Thanks to Homer Goetz. (2005)

 

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Braathens SAFE (white)

"Etter bruk!" says this bag, "Vennligst lukk posen og still den pa gulvet". Want to know what it means? Find a tame Norwegian. 

Thanks to Frank Mulliri. (2002)



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Braathens (blue)

No more games to keep you distracted from the view outside, and no longer safe. This broad but narrow bag features a new Braathens logo: looks like a metallic car-bonnet ornament (that's "hood ornament" for you Americans).

Thanks to Thomas Soltwedel. (2000) 

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Braathens (blue, thumbholes)

This bag boasts thumbholes at the top and the bottom.

Thanks to Frank Mulliri. (2002)

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Braathens (purple)

Smaller, and now made by DeSter

Thanks to Josef Gebele. (2002)

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