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Indian Airlines (orange)

The domestic Indian carrier's bags double as a lifevest. Same design as many a Nepali bag (see Flight Care Aviation, Mountain Air and Yeti for examples).

Thanks to Uwe Schippmann. (2001)

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Indian Airlines (grey, DNA)

Same design as the bag above, but biotechnology has taken over this strangely designed bag: lots of what appear to be double strands of DNA wriggling across the bag. I thought that the life forms were supposed to be inside the bag, not on the outside...

Thanks to Ilse Köhler-Rollefson. (2001)

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Indian Airlines (Shilpa)

Four different bags on a single plane: these three, plus one from Alliance Air. This one says in the gusset that this was manufactured by Shilpa.

Stole it myself (2004)

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Indian Airlines (Shilpa, light grey)

Different shade of grey, and the horizontal wire tab is covered in the same DNA design as the bag itself.

Thanks to Ilse Köhler-Rollefson (2005)

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Indian Airlines (Shilpa, printing on tab)

Looks as if Shilpa saves money by covering the tabs with bits of old bags.

Thanks to Ilse Köhler-Rollefson (2005)

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Indian Airlines (Ashoka)

This one was made by Ashoka.

Stole it myself (2004)

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Indian Airlines (Creation)

Indian have taken over international carrier Air India's traditional bagmaker.

Thanks to Alan Howlett (2005)

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Indian Airlines (ap)

This bag has an "ap" logo in the gusset.

Stole it myself (2004)

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Indian Airlines (ap, darker orange)

Same design as the bag above, but less washed-out. Didn't get caught in the monsoon?

The lighter orange asterisks are more visible on this bag than on Indian's previous effort.

Thanks to Christiane Herweg. (2006)

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