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Bagcraft

Alas, this Chicago manufacturer sees fit to put its own name on its bags (in the gusset), but not the names of its customers.

Thanks to an anonymous Canadian donor (2007)

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Bei Übelkeit

Identical to the HussVerlag generic bag, but without the HussVerlag imprint.

The small print says (in German) "After use bend the clips forwards, Place bag on floor, do not throw outside."

Which I guess rules it out for use on all but the smallest planes. Ideal for helicopters, though.

Thanks to Rilana Schmidt of Kard-o-Pak (2005)

Bolsa de Mareo

This is a sea sickness bag in English and Spanish. The German doesn't make the distinction: I suppose Germans get just as sick in the air as on the waves.

Thanks to Christian Annyas (2005)

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cnt

Not an airline, but a maker of inflight service equipment. Their website, www.cnt.com.tr, has salt-and-pepper pots, blankets and plastic trays, but not a single barfbag to be seen.

Thanks to Christian Annyas (2005)

 

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