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TAM (red/grey)

No logo, no name. Just trilingual instructions in Portuguese, English and Spanish.

Thanks to Denir Camargo. (2003) 

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TAM (clearer printing)

The fine mesh of lines that crisscrosses the red and grey is now better printed. The instructions have been retypeset too.

Thanks to Barbara Kneiding (2004)

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TAM (longer, thinner)

Proporciones diferentes en este nueva bolsa de su aerolinea favorita en Latinoamrica.

Thanks to Ilse Koehler-Rollefson (2007)

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TAM (poll)

I wasn't sure this was a new edition until I saw the typo: it wasy "To close, poll strings."

Thanks to Lucian Peppelenbos (2007)

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TAM Mercosur (red/grey)

Ever wondered why some Latin American bags look as if they have been rolled up?

Well, it's probably because they have. I found a stash of TAM Mercosur bags in a compartment in a toilet on a plane from Cochabamba to Santa Cruz in Bolivia. All neatly rolled up and ready to stuff under my jacket.

Looks as if the bag manufacturer is skimping on plastic - this bag is about a centimetre shorter than the similar TAM bag.

In fact, is it really a TAM bag? No logo or airline name, but this bag was definitely from a TAM Mercosur plane.

Stole it myself (2007)

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TAM Mercosur

No less than 12 > symbols adorn this bag.

According to baggist Denir Camargo, this Paraguayan carrier is part-owned by TAM Brazil.

Thanks to Barbara Kneiding (2004)

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TAM Mercosur (shorter)

A shorter bag, but still room for 12 > symbols.

Thanks to Ilse Koehler-Rollefson (2007)

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