Bulgaria Air

Logo shows a motorway junction, brought to you by bulgari@air.bg. No, I don't know if that's a real email address.

The bag is made by SilviStar Aviation Service Co.

Thanks to Guido Flohr (2005)


Bulgaria Air (small logo)

Fairly flimsy bag: I'd feel more confident puking into something sturdier.

Thanks to Walter Brinker (2005)


Bulgarian Air Charter

A rebranded bag -- perhaps a first in bagdom. The Balkan Bulgarian Airlines logos in the gussets of this bag have been covered over by a colourful sticker proclaiming "Bulgarian Air Charter". Bulgarian for "for airsickness" is Ползвай при прилошаване.

Thanks to Ulli Hann. (2001)


Bulgarian Air Charter (210 Bulgarians)

A flimsy creation, unlikely to hold much more than the most modest of vomits. The word "Bulgarian" is repeated 208 times in tiny type and twice in larger type for the vision-impaired. You have to prise open the gusset to see that this bag is designed "FOR  AIRSICKNESS" in English, French and German, but not Bulgarian.

Thanks to Eddy Vanhaute. (2002)


Bulgarian Air Charter (sticker)

OK, so purists will maintain that a bag with a sticker on it isn't a real bag. Maybe someone has falsified it by just adding a sticker to a generic bag.

Ah, but this bag has "for air sickness" printed in Bulgarian, which kinda narrows down the field a bit. And the sticker looks pretty convincing. Plus, there's a sticker on both sides.

Stuff the purists. That's good enough for me.

Thanks to Walter Brinker (2005)


Bulgarian Air Charter (slugs)

This carrier's new logo looks like two slugs mating in the 69 position. (Or maybe I've just run out of things to say about bags, and my fantasy has run wild.)

Thanks to Niek Vermeulen. (2006)


Bulgarian Aviation Company: See Hemus Air

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