Or maybe that should be JLL? Japan Lsia
Lirways has lost all the crossbars in its As,
making them look like capital lambdas. Same basic design as the JLL
2000 bag below, including a tear-off strip, but with more instructions in
Japanese -- one of the many languages I don't speak, so I can't tell you
what it says.
Both this bag and the JAL ones featured below have the "Waterproof
disposal bag" (in the red stripe towards the top of the bag) printed
upside-down. To read it, you have to hold the bag upright, lean forward,
and peer over the top -- the position you would assume if you were
preparing to regurgitate into it. Just to make sure, though, "Tear
off to open" is printed upside-down on one side, but the right way up
on the reverse.
Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2001)