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Sun Aire Lines

A standard Quyat Erp Barfing Bag envelope with the airline name printed near the bottom. The wire tie on the bag inside is yellow, not standard Quyat Erp red.

Don't hold your breath waiting for any new bags from this firm. It was taken over by SkyWest in 1984.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2003)

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Sun Country Airlines®

"To retain your seat. Please place this bag on cushion when leaving aircraft.", it says. To make absolutely sure you get your seat back, try depositing the bag contents on the cushion.

Please don't misuse this airline's name: it has an ® symbol after it.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2000)

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Sun Country Airlines

No ® on this bag, so feel free to name your cat after Sun Country.

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2000)

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Sun d'Or

Looks like one of El Al's old bags - not surprising, since the Israeli airline owns this charter carrier. Sun d'Or has managed to sneak its name onto this bag, though, near the base.

Thanks to Yonaton Mevorach. (2005)

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SunExpress

SunExpress's logo looks like a smiley with an afro hairdo.

Made by SEM (it says so in the gusset).

Thanks to Oliver Conradi (2006)

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