Gallery:

Rune's Barf Bag Collection - Bags from South America (icluding Central America and Caribbean)

Click to view a bigger image!Aero Condor

Aero Condor from Peru with a plastic bag with phone number and web address. Plastic ribbon for closing. "Bolsa De Mareo". Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Continente 1

Aero Continente from Peru with a plastic bag full of phone numbers for booking. Plastic ribbon for closing. "Bolsa De Maero/Air Sickness Bag". Thanks to Wolfgang Franken


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Continente 2

This is clearly the Chile part of Aero Continente which is a Peru based airline. Only Chile destinations on this plastic bag. Bolsa De Maero/Air Sickness Bag". Similar to Aero Continente 1 but this has no blue/yellow stripes and only Chile phone numbers and destinations. Thanks to Jaap Groen


Click to view a bigger image!AeroGal 1

A plastic bag from AeroGal Aerolineas Galapagos S.A. based in Ecuador. Routes from different South American cities to Galapagos Islands. Bagmaker LC Representaciones. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


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A plastic bag from AeroGal Aerolineas Galapagos S.A. based in Ecuador. Routes from different South American cities to Galapagos Islands. Bagmaker Plastigomez. Thanks to David Shomper.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerogaviota

A standard white paper bag from Cuban Aerogaviota. Operates domestic passenger charters for the Cuban national tourist authority as well as private airplane rental services to foreign businessmen. Star in pleat. Thanks to Freddy Witte.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Peru 1

Nice red plastic "Bolsa de maero" from Aero Peru. Plastic stripe for closing. "Van Leer" in micro letters at down right corner. Thanks to Ken Pugh


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Peru 2

Plastic bag with no closing possibilities from Aero Peru. Not easy to handle. Bag manufactured by Isosanplast S. A. Thanks to Aidan Stradling.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Peru 3

A paper variant of the "Bolsa de mareo" from Aero Peru. Sturdy paper with plastic coating inside and horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Peru 4

A plastic bag similar to Aero peru 2 but this one with a blue ribbon for closing. "Bolsa de Mareo - Air Sickness Bag". Bag made by Isosanplast S A. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Rebublica 1

Traditional white paper bag from Colombian Aero Republica. Vertical closing wire on back. Star in pleat. Thanks to Gilles Beger.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Rebublica 2

Traditional white paper bag from Colombian Aero Republica. Horizontal closing wire on back. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Aero Rebublica 3

Traditional white paper bag from Colombian Aero Republica. Vertical closing wire on back and flat base. Thanks to Justin Dodge.


Click to view a bigger image!AeroSur 1

White plastic bag with two color print from this Bolivian airline. "La Buena Costumbre de Volar", "Bolsa De Mareo - Air Sickness". Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!AeroSur 2

White plastic bag with single green color print from this Bolivian airline. "Bolsa De Mareo - Air Sickness". Plastic stripe for closing. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 1

White bag with only airline name in blue print. Vertical closing wire. Nothing else. Nothing. Thanks to Mats Carlens


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 2

Improved bag from Aerolinas Argentinas, this time with company logotype as well. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 3

Now they skipped the "Aerolinas Argentinas" and just using the logo on the bag. Star on base and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Nico Snels.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 4

This bag is similar to no 2 but more narrow. Bagmaker "Arbol S A" in pleat. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 5

This bag is similar to no 3 but centered logo. Airline logo and Helios logo on base Thanks to Vidas Vekerotas.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 6

Another graphical profile from this Argentinian airline. Flat base and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Vidas Vekerotas.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 7

A vintage paper bag from AA. Flat base. Thanks to Juan C De Marco.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerolineas Argentinas 8

A similar bag as no 6, now with Skyteam logo. Flat base and vertical closing wire. Thanks to Juan C De Marco.


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An all white bag with airline logo in light blue on flat base. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Aerotaxi

A Cuban airline. Only logo in red and blue print on bag. No instructions or closing mechanism. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Air Aruba

A "discomfort bag" from Air Aruba, a Caribbean airline. Flat base and star in pleat. Thanks to Thorsten Hecht


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Air Caraïbes is a French airline and is the regional airline of the French Caribbean, Guadeloupe. A all white bag with airline logo in light blue on flat base only. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Aires

Aires (now LAN Colombia) is a Colombian airline with a pointy bottom bag with dark blue print. Its main base is El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!ALM 1

Air ALM has been the national carrier of the Netherlands Antilles and one of the major airlines in the Caribbean since 1964. They have a fleet of three MD-82 and four Dash-8-300 aircrafts. White bag with two color print. Fold line. Vertical closing wire. Star in pleat. Thanks to Mats Carlens


Click to view a bigger image!ALM 2

Air ALM has been the national carrier of the Netherlands Antilles and one of the major airlines in the Caribbean since 1964. They have a fleet of three MD-82 and four Dash-8-300 aircrafts. White bag with two color print. Dual fold lines. Vertical closing wire. Star in pleat. Thanks to Steven Silberberg


Click to view a bigger image!Amaszonas

Línea Aérea Amaszonas S.A., usually shortened to Amaszonas, is an airline based in Bolivia, headquartered in La Paz. Plastic bag. Thanks to Juan Carlos De Marco.


Click to view a bigger image!Americana

Americana was mainly a domestic airline based in Lima, Peru. They where from the beginning formed from a company called Aero Chasqui but Americana went out of business in 1997. Bag from 1993. Yellow plastic bag with route map on the back that reveals that they also did operate a few routes to their neighbor countries Colombia, Bolivia and Brazil. A unusual black plastic stripe (for closing?) is featured. Manufactured by Poliplastic. Thanks to Thore Kristoffersson. 


Click to view a bigger image!Austral 1

Austral from Argentina (yes, Austral is an Argentina based airline) with a simple white bag. Flat base, vertical closing wire and airline name in red. That's all folks! Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Austral 2

Austral from Argentina (yes, Austral is an Argentina based airline) with a simple white bag. Pointy base, vertical closing wire and airline name in blue. That's all folks! Thanks to Mark Wilson.


Click to view a bigger image!Avensa

Venezuelan Avensa with a white bag with vertical closing wire. ACS logo in pleat. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Avianca 1

Colombian Avianca with a white bag with airline name only. No other refinements. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Avianca 2

Another variant from Colombian Avianca. "Airsicknessbag" on front and "Bolsa Para Mareo" on back. Avianca and star logo on base. Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!Avianca 3

Avianca S.A. (BVC:AVA) (Spanish acronym: Aerovías del Continente Americano, formerly Aerovías Nacionales de Colombia) is the flag carrier airline of Colombia. Avianca was founded in Barranquilla in 1940. Thanks to Justin Dodge.


Click to view a bigger image!Avianca 4

Avianca S.A. (BVC:AVA) (Spanish acronym: Aerovías del Continente Americano, formerly Aerovías Nacionales de Colombia) is the flag carrier airline of Colombia. Avianca was founded in Barranquilla in 1940. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!Avianca 5

A new plastic bag from Avianca S.A. (BVC:AVA). Adhesive tab for closing, graphic instructions i three steps how to close bag. Thanks to David Shomper


Click to view a bigger image!Avianca 6

A new plastic bag from Avianca S.A. (BVC:AVA). Adhesive tab for closing, graphic instructions i three steps how to close bag. Similar to #5 but this without airline name. Thanks to Ken Schafermeyer


Click to view a bigger image!Aviateca

Luxury airsickness bag with gold print from Guatemalian airline Aviateca. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Roger Macrae


Click to view a bigger image!BRA

BRA - Brasil Rodo Aereo with a white plastic bag equipped with textile strings for closing the bag. My English is not so good but "bra" means "good" in Swedish, I better look it up what it means in English. Hmm... Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!Caribbean Star

This should be a bag from Caribbean Star based in St. George, Antigua, West Indies. Looks like a generic to me but I have not seen it from any other airline, so I let it stand for CS for now. Bagmaker "Extra Packing Corp." http://www.extrapackaging.com/ on base. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Cubana 1

A "Cartucho de mareo" from Cuban national airline Cubana. White bag with blue print and star in pleat. Thanks to Mark Brace.


Click to view a bigger image!Cubana 2

A "Bolsa de mareo" from Cuban national airline Cubana. White bag with blue and red print. Star in pleat. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Cubana 3

Airsickness bag in three languages on this bag from Cuban national airline Cubana. White bag with blue and red print. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Cubana 4

Airsickness in five languages including Russian on this bag from Cuban national airline Cubana. White bag with blue and red print. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Cubana 5

Very similar to Cubana #1 but this bag has a copyright sign on the airline logo. Pointy base. Thanks to Juan Carlos De Marco.

  Click to view a bigger image!Ecuatoriana 1

White bag from Ecuadorian Ecuatoriana with company name and logo in blue. Bag manufactured by De Ster, star logo in pleat. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Sergio Bartolucci.


Click to view a bigger image!Ecuatoriana 2

For some reason "Bolsa de mareo" 6 times and "Air sickness bag" only two times on this bag. Horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!GOL 1

A new Brazilian domestic airline GOL with a plastic bag featuring an "electric wire" for closing. One of the biggest bags in the collection, 370 x 185 mm. I don't know if an extremely big barf bag is good or bad sign for the airline. The bag even carry the URL to the airline! http://www.voegol.com.br/. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!GOL 2

A new more moderate sized plastic bag from GOL, only half the size of its predecessor. The electric wire is out and the textile strings are in. Otherwise same design as before. Bag made by Poliembalagens. Recycle logo (does GOL really recycle used airsickness bags? No, I don't think so!). Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!GOL 3

Yet another new plastic bag from GOL, different text from GOL 2 and bagmaker name and recycle symbol removed. GOL probably realized that barf bags are not recycled very much. Really. Textile strings for closing. Instructions in Portuguese and English. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!GOL 4

Yet another new plastic bag from GOL. This time with inverted colors compared to the old bags. Now with web address www.voegol.com.br and instructions in Portuguese, Spanish and English. Thanks to Massimo Nember.


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New design from Brazil airline GOOL. Plastic bag vith textile string for closing. Instructions in Portuguese, Spanish and English. Thanks to Juan Carlos De Marco.


Click to view a bigger image!Icaro

Icaro Air was an airline based in QuitoEcuador. Its main base was Mariscal Sucre International Airport, Quito. Founded in 1971, Icaro operated domestic passenger service under Icaro Express. On 20 June 2011 Icaro filed for bankruptcy. Plastic bag from bagmaker Zipperflex. Thanks to Teet Sirotkin.


Click to view a bigger image!Interbrasil  

This is a regional airline owned by Transbrasil and operating a fleet of Embraer Brasilias. Plastic bag with closing strings. Very similar to Transbrasil but no logo. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!LAB 1

Firm white bag from the domestic Bolivian airline Lloyd Aéreo Boliviano (LAB) Flying Service, Inc. - providing year-round scheduled service and flight seeing tours. Horizontal wire closing. Thanks to Fausto Labruto.


Click to view a bigger image!LAB 2

Many airlines say "waste", "refuse" and similar on the bags, LAB states clearly "Air Sickness Only" (!) Well done LAB! Thanks to Aidan Stradling.


Click to view a bigger image!LAB 3

"Airsicknessbag" on front and "Bolsa Para Maeo" on back. Airline logo and star on flat base. Thanks to Mark Wilson


Click to view a bigger image!Lacsa 1

Lineas Aéreas Costarricenses S.A. Doubles as "Seat occupied" sign. Star in pleat. Thanks to Barry Day


Click to view a bigger image!Lacsa 2

Lineas Aéreas Costarricenses S.A. An older bag with two color logo. Star in pleat. Thanks to Barry Day


Click to view a bigger image!Ladeco 1

An "After-use-fold-
toward-you-bag" from Ladeco, Chile. Star in pleat and vertical wire to close.  Thanks to Mark Brace.


Click to view a bigger image!Ladeco 2

An "After-use-fold-
toward-you-bag" from Ladeco, Chile. Star in pleat and vertical wire to close.  Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!LanChile 1

White bag with red print. Folding line with instructions and sealing string on back. Thanks to David Harris.


Click to view a bigger image!LanChile 2

Discreet white bag from LanChile. Only logo in blue, gray and red down low on bag. No special refinements. Thanks to Sergio Bartolucci.


Click to view a bigger image!LanChile 3

Bright colorful bag from Chilean LanChile. Sturdy bag with plastic inside and horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Robert Florida


Click to view a bigger image!LanChile 4

Discreet white bag from LanChile. Only logo in blue, gray and red down low on bag. Reinforced base and vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Robert Florida


Click to view a bigger image!LanPeru

LAN-PERU, former AeroPeru, now owned by LAN-Chile. They even took over the design of the bag. Thanks to Thore Kristoffersson


Click to view a bigger image!LAPA

LAPA (Lineas Aereas Privadas Argentnas S.A.) with a white plastic bag with blue print. No refinements at all. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!Laser

LASER (Línea Aérea de Servicio Ejecutivo Regional) is an airline based in Caracas, Venezuela. It operates scheduled and passenger charter services within Venezuela. Nice plastic bag with ziplock. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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LATAM Airlines Group S.A. is a Chilean-Brazilian airline 
holding company incorporated under Chilean law and headquartered in Santiago, Chile. Dark gray bag with flat base and instructions in three languages. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!LC Busre

LC Busre is an airline based in Lima, Peru. It operates scheduled domestic flights. Its main base is Jorge Chavez International Airport (LIM), Lima. Sturdy paper bag with horizontal closing wire. Thanks to Frank Mulliri.


Click to view a bigger image!Liat 1

Leeward Islands Air Transport, known as LIAT, is an airline headquartered on the grounds of V.C. Bird International Airport in Saint George Parish, Antigua. It operates high-frequency interisland scheduled services serving 22 destinations in the Caribbean. The airline's main base is VC Bird International Airport, Antigua and Barbuda. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


Click to view a bigger image!Liat 2

Leeward Islands Air Transport, known as LIAT, is an airline headquartered on the grounds of V.C. Bird International Airport in Saint George Parish, Antigua. It operates high-frequency interisland scheduled services serving 22 destinations in the Caribbean. The airline's main base is VC Bird International Airport, Antigua and Barbuda. Thanks to Darren Barry.


Click to view a bigger image!Lider

Lider is an Brazilian Taxi airline with jets and helicopters and even a rescue service with ambulance flights. Typical South American bag in half transparent plastic material and strings to close. "For your convenience in event of motion disconfort. To close pull strings" (yes, I know "disconfort" is misspelled) also instructions in Portuguese. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!Nature Air

Nature Air was an airline based in San José, Costa Rica. It operated scheduled international and domestic services, as well as regional charter services. In 2017, all 10 passengers and both crew members aboard Nature Air Flight 9916 were killed in a crash shortly after takeoff. All operations were indefinitely suspended on May 2, 2018. Plastic bag. Thanks to Leon Jang


Click to view a bigger image!Nordeste Varig

Nordeste is a subsidiary of Varig, the same way as Rio Sul. "For your convenience in case of motion sickness. To close, pull the strings. Call the stewardess". Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!OceanAir 1

Brazilian airline OceanAir with a white bag with red, black and yellow print. Plastic bag with textile strings for closing. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!OceanAir 2

Brazilian airline OceanAir with a white bag with red and black print. Plastic bag with textile strings for closing. Thanks to Rainer Schwartz.


Click to view a bigger image!Pantanal 1

Interesting bag from Pantanal Linhas Aereas, a regional Brasilian airline. White plastic bag 325 x 165 mm big. Unusual closing solution with a blue wire attached to the bag with a white adhesive tab. Looks like an electrical wire to me. "For your convenience, in case of motion sickness. To close, use attached tie. Call the steward." Thanks to Mark Ackery.


Click to view a bigger image!Pantanal 2

A similar bag to Pantanal #1 but the electrical wire is out and in is the traditional South American textile wires for closing."For your convenience, in case of motion sickness. To close, pull strings. Call the steward."  Also in Portuguese. Bagmaker ASPLAS. Thanks to Jan Lindmark.


Click to view a bigger image!Passaredo

This Brazilian airline has a plastic bag with textile strings for closing and instructions in Portuguese, Spanish and English. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!Peruvian Airlines

Peruvian Airlines is an airline based in Peru. The airline currently operates nine domestic routes out of Jorge Chávez International Airport in Lima. Plastic bag with no closing options. Thanks to Frank Mulliri


Click to view a bigger image!Pluna 1

A flimsy plastic bag from Uruguay Pluna. Servicio de a bordo, Para uso en caso de mareo. Vintage bag from 1972 with unusual metal closing clip on back. Thanks to Luiz Fernando Longo


Click to view a bigger image!Pluna 2

This time a paper bag from Pluna Uruguay, they had traditionally used plastic bags as many south American airlines do. "AIRSICKNESSBAG" on top, Pluna logo on both sides as well as on the base of bag together with Helios (bagmaker) logo. No closing mechanism. Thanks to Göran Östman.


Click to view a bigger image!Pluna 3

PLUNA Líneas Aéreas Uruguayas S.A. (Primeras Líneas Uruguayas de Navegación Aérea) is Uruguay's national airline and is based in Montevideo. It operates scheduled services within South America and to Spain, as well as unscheduled cargo and charter services. Its main base is Carrasco International Airport, Montevideo. Thanks to Wolfgang H. Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!Rio Grande Do Sul Flight School

Traditional South American style with strings to close and thin white plastic material. Instructions in English and Portuguese and flight school logo in blue print. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Rio-Sul 1

A half-transparent plastic bag as usual for South American airlines. "To close, pull the strings. Call the stewardess" - so she could inspect the contents? This bag has strings to pull for closing the bag. Rio-Sul (Varig) is a Brazilian regional airline established in 1976 operating several domestic routes in Brazil. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Rio-Sul 2

New design from Rio Sul with their new logo. White plastic bag with blue print and strings for closing. Instructions in Portuguese and English. Manufactured by Poliembalagens. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Rio-Sul 3

Other variant on Rio-Sul 2. This one has a different typeface and the small Poliembalagens advertisment removed. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Saereo

SAEREO (Servicios Aéreos Ejecutivos Saereo S.A.) is an airline based in Quito, Ecuador. It operates charter and domestic passenger services. Horizontal closing wirw, flat base with bagmaker "Janabags". Thanks to Mark Wilson.

 

  Click to view a bigger image!saeta 1

saeta (La Aerolinea Del Ecuador) with a white plastic bag without any closing opportunities. Bag made by Plastlit, De Galidad. Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!saeta 2

saeta (La Aerolinea Del Ecuador) with a white plastic bag without any closing opportunities. Bag made special for Boing 727. Thanks to Robert Florida


Click to view a bigger image!Sam

Sam is a Colombian airline with this very simple bag with only Sam logo printed on both sides, nothing else. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!Satena

SATENA (acronym of Servicio Aéreo a Territorios Nacionales) is an airline based at El Dorado International Airport in Bogotá, Colombia. It operates regional, domestic and international routes. Thanks to Justin Dodge.


Click to view a bigger image!Servivensa

Not a very fancy bag from Venezuelan Servivensa. But like I read on a board posting: You'll be amused by the done up flight attendants in tight mini skirts and go-go boots!! Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Sky Airline 1

White bag with thick plastic coating inside from this Chile based airline. Vertical closing wire on back. Thanks to Matthias Koch


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Simple bag from Chilean airline Sky. Only airline logo on bag with pointy base. Thanks to Juan Carlos De Marco.
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SOL S.A. Líneas Aéreas was an Argentine airline founded in 2005. It filed for bankruptcy and ceased operation in January 2016. A long (36 cm) plastic bag. Thanks to Juan Carlos De Marco.
Click to view a bigger image!Surinam Airways

Surinam Airways is the flag carrier of Suriname, based in Paramaribo. It operates regional and long-haul scheduled passenger services. Its hub is at Johan Adolf Pengel International Airport. Simple white bag with pointy bottom and red print. Thanks to Josef Gebele.


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I don't know much about this airline other then it is based in Colombia. This bag is in bad condition, but still a bag. Thanks to Richard Rosichan.


Click to view a bigger image!Taca

Taca International Airlines from El Salvador with a nice white bag with blue and red print. Star in pleat. Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!TAM 1

Like most south American airlines Paraguay TAM are using a plastic bag. A special feature is the nice strings to close the bag after use. Never seen those before. "For your convenience in case of motion sickness. To close, pull strings. Call the flight attendant." in Portuguese, English and Spanish. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!TAM 2

A normal paper bag from TAM, probably because the flight was going to Europe, São Paulo - Frankfurt. The interesting thing with these two bags from TAM is that the star logo on the base of bag is red on one and blue on the other bag. Click to enlarge and study! Definitely two different editions! Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!TAM 3

A normal paper bag from TAM, probably because the flight was going to Europe, São Paulo - Frankfurt. The interesting thing with these two bags from TAM is that the star logo on the base of bag is red on one and blue on the other bag. Click to enlarge and study! Definitely two different editions! Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!TAM 4

A hilarious bag from Paraguay airline TAM. Picture showing a merry-go-round spinning with the King in one of the planes. The King looks really dizzy and probably need this bag real quick. The picture is copyrighted by King Features Syndicate which means I'm not supposed to publish it here? Let them sue me! Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!TAM 5

TAM with a new designed plastic bag with closing strings. "For your convenience, in case of motion sickness. To close pull strings. Call the flight attendant." Also in Spanish and Portuguese. Sadly the bag misses any kind of airline identification. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!TAM 6

TAM Airlines, also known as Transportes Aéreos del Mercosur S.A., formerly known as TAM Mercosur and LAP (Líneas Aéreas Paraguayas), is an airline based at Silvio Pettirossi International Airport, in Asuncion, Paraguay. White closing string. Thanks to Wolfgang H. Lüthje.


Click to view a bigger image!TAM 7

TAM Airlines, also known as Transportes Aéreos del Mercosur S.A., formerly known as TAM Mercosur and LAP (Líneas Aéreas Paraguayas), is an airline based at Silvio Pettirossi International Airport, in Asuncion, Paraguay. Small format, red closing string. Thanks to Erik Domajnko.


Click to view a bigger image!TAME 1

TAME - is a military airline of Ecuador that has the monopoly to fly from the Ecuador mainland to and from the Galapagos Islands. Blue plastic bag with dark blue print from "Linea Aerea del Ecuador", Alas para la integracion. "Funda de Maero". Thanks to Bruce Kelly.


Click to view a bigger image!TAME 2

TAME - is a military airline of Ecuador that has the monopoly to fly from the Ecuador mainland to and from the Galapagos Islands. Blue plastic bag with dark blue print from "Linea Aerea del Ecuador", Alas para la integracion. "Funda de Maero". Thanks to Senno van der Velde.


Click to view a bigger image!TAME 3

New logo on this Tame bag. Blue plastic with dark blue print, no closing mechanism. Bag made by Montgar. Thanks to Karl English.


Click to view a bigger image!TAME 4

New logo on this Tame bag. Blue plastic with dark blue print, no closing mechanism. Bag made by Neyplex. Thanks to Robert Florida.


Click to view a bigger image!TAN

A white plastic bag from Argentinean airline TAN. No closing mechanism or instructions. Thanks to Matthias Koch.


Click to view a bigger image!TANSPeru

A new Peru airline based in Lima with a white plastic bag, half transparant, red and grey print. TANS = Transportes Aereos Nacionales da Selva. Airline phone number in big digits on front. Thanks to Thore Kristoffersson


Click to view a bigger image!TransBrasil 1

TransBrasil was founded in 1955. Today it flies to three continents. TransBrasil has grown from a simple DC-3 to a fleet of modern Boeing 767 aircrafts. Traditional South American plastic bag with closing strings. Thanks to Mats Carlens.


Click to view a bigger image!TransBrasil 2

 TransBrasil was founded in 1955. Today it flies to three continents. TransBrasil has grown from a simple DC-3 to a fleet of modern Boeing 767 aircrafts. Dark blue paper bag with graphic instructions how to use the bag - but no hint what the bag really is intended for! Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!TRIP 1

Trip Linhas Aerehas- Small Regional Airline That Operates Brasilias and ATR-42 aircraft flying from their hub in Campinas to São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Curitiba and Videira. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


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Trip Linhas Aerehas- Small Regional Airline That Operates Brasilias and ATR-42 aircraft flying from their hub in Campinas to São Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Brasilia, Curitiba and Videira. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!TRIP 3

TRIP Linhas Aereas (Transporte Aereo Regional do Interior Paulista) is an airline based in Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil. White plastic bag with textile string closing mechanism. "For your convenience in case of motion sickness". Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!Varig 1

A "Tear off to open"-bag from Brazilian Varig. Clear instructions "For your convenience in event of motion discomfort" also instructions on how to fold and seal with the wire in English and Portuguese language. Thanks to Wolfgang Franken.


Click to view a bigger image!Varig 2

New beautiful design from Brazilian Varig. Different shapes of compass roses in four colors. Very decorative. Nice work Varig! Vertical closing wire. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Varig 3

Traditional South American design on this plastic bag from Brazilian airline Varig. Textile string for closing. Instructions in English and Portuguese.  Bag made by Poliembalagens. Thanks to Gerhard Lang.


Click to view a bigger image!Varig 4

Traditional South American design on this plastic bag from Brazilian airline Varig. Textile string for closing. Instructions in English and Portuguese.  Bag made by Plasticogeral. Thanks to Juan Carlos De Marco.


Click to view a bigger image!Vasp 1

Very small half-transparant plastic bag from Brazilian Vasp. Nice strings to close the bag after use. Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Vasp 2

As an alternative to the small Vasp bag, Vasp also offers an extremely big bag 360 * 190 mm. It did not fit in the scanner so the picture is a little bit truncated at the bottom. This one has a small blue wire for closing attached. "For your convenience, in case of motion sickness. To close, use attached tie. Call the steward."  Almost the same text in Portuguese but with a choice of male/female (steward/stewardess). More equality in Brazil than the English spoken world? Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!Vasp 3

This is the classic "sad guy bag" from Brazilian Vasp. Blue wire attached with a self adhesive tab for closing. Thanks to Matthias Koch


Click to view a bigger image!Vasp 4

A more colorful variant from Brazilian Vasp very similar to Vasp 2. This time with a logotype in green and yellow colors. Still with the cute blue wire for closing. "For your convenience, in case of motion sickness. To close, use attached tie. Call the steward" (not the stewardess?). Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!Viasa

A "After use fold toward you" bag from Venezuelan Viasa. White bag, orange and blue logo, blue text, star in pleat. Thanks to Roger Macrae.


Click to view a bigger image!Viabrasil

White bag with green print from Viabrasil, a Brazilian low fare airline that operates a single 727 from São Paulo to Rio, Recife, Natal, Fortaleza and João Pessoa. Tiny nylon strings for closing the bag after use. Manufactured by Poliembalagens Brazil. Instructions in Portuguese only.  Thanks to Fernando Assis.


Click to view a bigger image!Webjet 1

Brazilian Webjet with a white plastic bag. Logo in green and instructions in black printing in two languages. White string for closing. Bagmaker: Poliembalagens. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.


Click to view a bigger image!Webjet 2

Brazilian Webjet with a white plastic bag. Logo in green and instructions in black printing in two languages. White string for closing. Bagmaker: Jaya. Thanks to Kristian Bengtson.

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