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Sky

Similar design to Skymark's blue and grey offerings. Coincidence? Apparently not - it's the same firm.

Thanks to an anonymous German/Japanese donor (2007)

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Sky Airline

Attractive wavy flourish in the logotype shows how much liquid it is safe to put in this bag.

Thanks to Thorsten Hecht (2006)

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Sky Airlines

Smile in the sky, it says on one side. How about "Barf in the bag" on the other?

Can anyone enlighten me as to whether Sky Airlines (plural) is the same firm as Sky Airline (singular)?

Thanks to Oliver Conradi (2008)

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Skyline

Nepalese airline that saves money by using plastic shopping bags instead of its own.

Thanks to Piet van der Poel. (2002)

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Skyline Airways

The Nepalese carrier has found a bagmaker in the back alleys of Kathmandu. Obviously the same firm that makes Yeti, Buddha and Sita bags - their bags all feature the same unfortunate passenger throwing up.

Lovingly handcrafted by Rajesh Printers.

Thanks to Shuva Sharma (2005)

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Skymark

44 stars adorn this Japanese bag: a line of 11 at the top and a constellation of 5 at the bottom of each side, plus 6 in each side-pleat. How about the half-star? It's cut off by the join in the side.

Thanks to Roger Macrae. (2000)

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Skymark (blue)

A bright blue, and the row of stars has risen above the blurb at the top of the bag.

Thanks to Chris Eeckhout (2005)

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