This new Indonesian carrier follows the almost universal local
tradition of miniscule bags. "Bantulah kami mejaga kebersihan"
(that's "Help us to keep things clean" for those of you who don't speak
Indonesian), it says on one side. The other side shows you how: little
diagrams of an apple core disappearing into a bag, a can falling behind
another bag, and a cup (which looks like another can) dropping in front of
Get on an Indonesian Airlines plane, and expect to see the floor
littered with cups and cans.
There's even one of those typos that bagophiles delight in: "No
Thanks to Marwan Rangkuti. (2002)