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LTU

LTU's logo is printed upside-down on the base. So you have a choice: either (a) use the bag upright as intended, or (b) turn it over to admire the graphic. If you want to do both, do (b) first. (1997)

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LTU (2)

The Gunter bagmaker logo is in the left gusset of this bag (bottom as you see it on your screen)

Thanks to Christian and Gerhard Lang. (2004)

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LTU (3)

It's moved to the right gusset on this bag

Thanks to Christian and Gerhard Lang. (2004)

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LTU (ACS)

This one has an ACS logo. In the left gusset.

Thanks to Christian and Gerhard Lang. (2004)

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LTU (wire wings)

An older LTU bag with wire wings to hold it shut when you're through.

Thanks to Steffen Heinrich. (2000)

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LTU (pointy bottom)

LTU have switched to the sort of bags that fall over if you try to put them on the floor. Please hand to the cabin attendant to avoid mishaps. At least this one is printed the right way up to reduce the risk of spillage. 

Thanks to Steve Jones. (2002)

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LTU (pointy bottom, upside down)

Consistency is one thing you can't accuse LTU of.

Thanks to Christian and Gerhard Lang. (2004)

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LTU (wider)

Same thrilling design, but now with extra width to accommodate those calories your stomach has decided are superfluous to requirements.

Can't remember where this came from (2006)

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LTU (clouds)

The skies over Europe seem to be getting more crowded. The same cloud on this bag also appears on Swissair's. 

Thanks to Frau Esser (my wife's hairdresser). (2000) 

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LTU (red on white)

Another variant of the LTU theme. This one has the LTU on the base.

Thanks to Wolfgang Franken. (2002)

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LTU (cnt)

At last, relief from the eternal game of spotting different logo orientations and placements on LTU's bags. This one doesn't have a logo at all.

The only printing is the logo and website of Turkish bagmaker cnt in the gusset.

Thanks to Tim Höger. (2006)

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LTU (plain white)

LTU has finally gone all the way: plain white, naked, not even a bagmaker's logo to be found. Is this progress?

Thanks to Tim Höger. (2006)

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