TAE, Trabajos Aeros y Enlaces

This 1970s bag is looking somewhat the worse for wear: the glue appears to have past it's sell-by date.

Thanks to Paul Hudson (2005)

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TAESA

The defunct Mexican airline's logo features a broken-winged eagle dropping an angry serpent.

The designer has clearly put more thought into the instructions than the logo. They are printed right way up on the front, but upside down on the reverse. Why? Eager as always to discover new things, I decided to try it out myself.

"1 Fold toward you, on the doted line", it says on one side.

Follow this instruction, and lo! instruction 2 appears the right way up before your eyes: "Tear off paper and fold again." 

Do that, and instruction 3 appears: "PRESS".

All they have to do now is to get a better logo and fix the typo in "doted line".

Thanks to Walter Brinker (2005)

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TAF

Brazilian carrier than specializes in see-through bags.

Thanks to Lucian Peppelenbos (2007)

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