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Icaro

A ziplock plastic bag from this Ecuadorian carrier. I thought that "Funda de mareo" meant "bottom of the sea"?

Thanks to Roger Macrae (2005)

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Icelandair (logotype)

Icelandair are running out of ink. This bag tells you what carrier you are flying with, but it doesn't tell you what to use the bag for.

Thanks to Leszek Szalapak. (2004)

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Icelandair

Sadly, nothing in Icelandic on this bag. Four possibilities: (a) Icelanders don't fly, (b) they all speak English, (c) as worthy descendants of Thor and Odin, they don't get airsick, or (d), as even worthier descendants of the Norse gods, they don't use a bag when they're sick.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (1999)

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Icelandair (lower stars)

This one has the DeSter stars in the gusset printed significantly lower down than the bag above.

Thanks to Kevin Middleton. (2004)

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Icelandair (blue rose)

Nothing to tell you where this pretty bag is from... until you look in the gusset. "Dedicated people doing their best!" it proclaims under an Icelandair logo. 

"Their best" evidently includes removing the thorns from the rose stem.

Thanks to Steve Silberberg. (2003)

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Icelandair (red rose)

A single red rose from Flugleiðir. "Dedicated people doing their best" is Gott fólk hjá traustu félagi in Icelandic.

Thanks to Kevin Middleton. (2004)

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IDG Technology Airlines

The name doesn't match the logo -- a medallion of some bewigged 18th century worthy. Anyone any idea who it is?

Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2002)

 

IL 96 RA96012: see Putini

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