So much to say about this long, thin plastic bag. Like Continental, it doubles as a "seat
occupied" (o, si tu prefieres, "asiento ocupado") sign. The same puzzling
"prohibited" sign, too. Unlike Continental, though, Mexicana's printing is
upside down... just like British Airways.
Helpful little diagrams at the top show you how to tear off the sticky strip to
seal the bag. Memorise them first, though, because if you follow them you'll end up
covering the diagrams up. A recycling diagram says the bag is made of PAD plastic
(whatever that is). Oh, and why is the Spanish printing smaller than the English?
Just to remind you: it is the policy of this webpage to scan all bags, rotate
them 90º to the left (so the bag opening is on the left side) and reduce the image width
to 175 pixels. Don't like it? Then do your own webpage.
Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (1999)