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Transaero

Received From: Gerd Clemens
Print or Image Color: Blue, Red
Background / Bag Color: White
Great rasterized version of 19 planes flying off the grid. Quite artistic.

Transamerica

Approximate Vintage: 1983
Received From: Sally Marlino
Print or Image Color: Green
Background / Bag Color: White
Features a set of 6 allen wrenches.

TransAsia Airways

Received From: Sean Chou
Print or Image Color: Purple
Background / Bag Color: White
Odd logo that strives to be a dragon, but looks more like a salamander. Very turbulent clouds grace the bag, which to GUI nerds indicates sickness.

TransAsia Airways

Approximate Vintage: 2008
Received From: Aidan Stradling
Print or Image Color: Purple
Background / Bag Color: White
On the front, the airline's logo is right side up, however, if you look at the other side, the print is upside-down and reading it might cause you to empty the bag's contents on your lap.

TransAsia Airways

Approximate Vintage: 2015
Received From: Rainer Schwartz
Print or Image Color: Purple
Background / Bag Color: White, Purple
The TransAsia design gets more elegant, perhaps as Taiwanese tastes have matured. The bag obviously caters to English speakers however.

Transat

Approximate Vintage: 2000
Received From: Andy Rudge
Print or Image Color: Black
Background / Bag Color: Blue and White
Air Sickness Bag designs go deco! The background of this bag is filled with different sized newspaper-like versions of the terms Sickness bag, Spuckbeutel, and Sac vomitoire. Worth a look.

Transat

Approximate Vintage: 2000
Received From: Christian Annyas
Print or Image Color: Black
Background / Bag Color: Blue and White
Exactly the same as other Transat bag, except has a cute red star on the bottom.

Transat

Approximate Vintage: 2000
Received From: Denir Camargo
Print or Image Color: Black
Background / Bag Color: Blue and White
Exactly the same as other Transat bags, except has a cute black star on the bottom.

Transavia

Received From: Sam Green
Print or Image Color: Black and Green
Background / Bag Color: Green and White
This, like Air Via Old is a beautiful bag. I think a large tailfin makes for a nice bag design. Interestingly, the plane shown on the bag is either landing or crashing. Perhaps they should have designed it so it was ascending.

Transavia

Received From: Bruce Kelly
Print or Image Color: Blue, Black, Aqua
Background / Bag Color: White
This bag seems to indicate that you throw up through your hand and not your mouth.

Transavia

Approximate Vintage: 2003
Received From: Stuart Hickson
Print or Image Color: Navy, Aqua
Background / Bag Color: White
AFVALZAKJE! This looks like a word I'd love to use to cheat in Scrabble. When someone inevitably challenged it, I could pull out the barf bag.

Transavia

Approximate Vintage: 2005
Received From: Eric van Amerom
Print or Image Color: Navy, Green
Background / Bag Color: White
AFVALZAKJE! This looks like a word I'd love to use to cheat in Scrabble. When someone inevitably challenged it, I could pull out the barf bag.

This new version sports the web site and a much larger font.

Transavia

Approximate Vintage: 2007
Received From: Denir Camargo
Print or Image Color: Green, Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
Generically called a disposal bag, Transavia gets rid of its logo, sadly.

Transavia

Approximate Vintage: 2015
Received From: Kevin Beets
Print or Image Color: White, Blue
Background / Bag Color: White, Green, Blue, Red
Transavia keeps its font but goes generic. Instead of listing possible uses of the bag, it places Windows 8-like tiles on the bag as if each were some kind of app.

Transmediterranea

Approximate Vintage: 2004
Received From: Jürgen Klein
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
When the name of your airline is 16 letters long, you'd better not even attempt to print it on the bag. Instead, come up with a logo that looks like 7F. But Spaniards aren't afraid of long words. For instance they require 15 letters just for the word for parking, estacionamiento.

Transmediterranea

Approximate Vintage: 2005
Received From: Artur Garriga
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
This bag is made from virgin recyclable polyethylene, because recycled polyethylene isn't good enough to throw up in, no doubt.

Transmediterranea

Approximate Vintage: 2006
Received From: Gerhard Lang
Print or Image Color: Blue, Green
Background / Bag Color: White
Note that the first 4 letters of Trasmediterranea and Trash are both the same.

Transporte Aereo Militar (TAM)

Received From: Sebastian Schmitz
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
This Bolivian bag is almost completely written in Spanish, save for the afterthought printed next to the confusing word "FAB", although it probably stands for something like Force-Air Bolivian or Flight Attendant Bolivian.

Transwede

Approximate Vintage: 1998
Received From: Marcus Ahlin
Print or Image Color: Navy
Background / Bag Color: Greenish Gray and White
If you were to quickly glance at this bag, it looks as if it had been crumpled up and thrown out. Anticipating that this is the ultimate fate of most barf bags, Transwede printed a crumpled up design right on the bag (just before they went out of business).

Tranz Scenic

Print or Image Color: Navy and White
Background / Bag Color: Orange
The largest word on the bag, by far, is 'Real'. I'm not sure why the emphasis. Is there a fake New Zealand we don't know about? If you'd like to find out a little bit about this train company's routes, just flip the bag over. They name their routes, such as the 'Tranzalpine', the 'Geyserland' etc. They also thoughtfully include cities they don't serve on the map.