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Corsair

This French charter carrier's logo looks like the Hindi word "Om". It's what you chant when you are feeling ill.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (1999)

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Corsair (blue/red)

More prominence to the airline name: this bag now says "Omcorsair".

Thanks to Gilles Beger. (2005)

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Cosmic Air

Ambitiously named airline from Nepal. Its logo looks like a cinnamon roll.

Thanks to Narayan Bhattarai. (2000)

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Cosmic Air (darker red)

Still made from the type of paper you are likely to buy your Danish pastries in, but this one is a slightly darker shade of red.

Thanks to Hans Hockey. (2002)

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Cosmic Air (upside down, wide)

Be careful which way up you hold this bag when puking.

Thanks to Hans Hockey. (2002)

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Cosmic Air (upside down, narrow)

This one has the additional hazard of a small opening to aim at.

Thanks to Hans Hockey. (2002)

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Cosmic Air (narrow, rightside up)

I think Cinnamon Roll Airlines must put ready-printed paper into their bagmaking machine more or less at random. This one is the right way up.

Thanks to Shuva Sharma (2005)

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Cosmic Air (upside down, print at top)

And this one is upside down again.

Thanks to Shuva Sharma (2005)

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Cosmic Air (woman)

Cosmic have now hired the services of the same woman who stars on other Nepalese airline bags. They've kept their own cinnamon roll on their bag to differentiate it from all the others.

Abhishek Shrestha of Kathmandu says this is a very practical and pictorial way of defining the use of the bag in a country where many of the air travellers are illiterate.

Thanks to Piet van der Poel. (2006)

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CP Air

This orange bag doubles as a lifejacket.

Thanks to Ken Pugh. (2001)

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