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Druk Air (Thai)

No, it's not a mistake: the bag to the left may look just like one from Thai, but it came from one of Druk Air's two planes. The royal Bhutanese carrier's logo adorns its cutlery bags, paper napkins, its luggage tags, its toothpick wrappers and its pepper sachets. But for barfbags, Druk has skimped on costs: it's using a consignment from Thai. Enquiries at Thimpu airport yielded nothing... except more Thai bags.

Thanks to Piet der Poel. (2000)

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Druk Air (genuine)

At last, a genuine, own-logo Druk bag. The Druk logotype has a mountainscape running through it: the view as you come in to land in Thimpu?

I will forever be in Piet van der Poel's debt for finding this gem. (2003)

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Druk Air (yellow)

The orange on the Druk logo is slightly more yellow in this variant.

Thanks to Piet van der Poel. (2003)

 

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