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Viva Air

Viva's logo looks like a drunken snail climbing a hill.

Thanks to Jrgen Klein. (1999)

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Voegol

Perhaps this airline's management knows that their firm's name sounds like Voegel ("bird" in German)?

Thanks to Homer Goetz (2007)

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Voegol ()

It takes a real specialist to see the difference between this bag and Voegol's previous offering. The orange rectangles are about half a centimetre narrower, and the text has been retypeset - check the shape of the cedillas in "indisposio" if you don't believe me.

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Volar

Either the V has sprouted a single wing, or a lot of ink has been smeared in its wake.

This is a small Spanish carrier, but you wouldn't think so from looking at its bags: they are made of plastic, much more like those in Latin America.

Thanks to Steve Silberberg. (2005)

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Volare Airlines

Volare's logotype features a stylized bird flapping through it: a design repeated in an enlarged form on this pretty two-tone bag. With a little imagination, the designer could have had wings flapping through the word "Airsicknessbag" at the top, too. 

Thanks to Bruce Kelly. (2000)

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Volare Group

Used by Volare Airlines and Air Europe from February 2002. Logo features a plane chasing its own tail.

Thanks to Moreno Borriero (2002)

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Volare Group (light blue)

Poorer quality printing. The Volare plane is still performing acrobatics.

Thanks to Janusz Tichoniuk (2004)

 

Vomit Comet: See KC-135

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Vueling

A bird (?) made of dots, with a yellow yolk instead of an eye. Anyone got any other interpretation of this enigmatic logo?

Thanks to Cedrick Gauthier-Lacognata.

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