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Sabena

Received From: Dean Eckert
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White and Blue
This is almost identical to the other old Sabena bags with the oval logo, except this bag was manufactured by ACS as you can tell if you look inside the fold.

Sabena

Received From: Christoph Vogel
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
Sabena bag designers make egregious error in not covering the entire bag with the under-utilized mosaic design. It might make the bag beautiful in a map of all counties kind of way.

Sabena

Approximate Vintage: 1989
Received From: Craig Richards
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White and Blue

Sabena

Approximate Vintage: 2000
Received From: Benoit Meyer
Print or Image Color: Gray
Background / Bag Color: White
Sabena goes minimalist. They changed the logo to either look like a gray verison of the old Coca-Cola logo or something that Bill Amend (Foxtrot) drew on a soda can.

Sabena

Approximate Vintage: 2001
Received From: Christian Annyas
Print or Image Color: Blue and White
Background / Bag Color: White and Blue
Belgians demonstrate that although they aren't original, they sure know how to copy Swiss design.

Sabena

Approximate Vintage: 2005
Received From: Bruce Kelly
Print or Image Color: Gray
Background / Bag Color: White
Almost identical to an earlier version of this bag, except the S logo is now a superscript, instead of a regular character.

Sabena (ELAG)

Received From: Tom Leist
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White and Blue
This bag harkens back to a time when logos were as simple as the company name with an oval around it -- kind of like DuPont. Bag also has a nifty old ELAG logo on the bottom which seems to warn "No Barfing".

Sabena (No ELAG)

Received From: Jo Boyd
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White and Blue
This is almost identical to the other old Sabena bag with the oval logo, except there is no printing on the bottom, i.e. it is NOT from ELAG like the other one.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines

Approximate Vintage: 1969
Received From: Andrew Angel
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White, Blue
They emphasize World by printing it in cursive.

Sabena Belgian World Airlines

Received From: Andrew Angel
Print or Image Color: Navy
Background / Bag Color: White and Navy
This is almost identical to the other old Sabena bags with the oval logo, except this one is not only much taller, but it has a blue strip at the top of the bag. Plus if you look on the back of the bag at the bottom, you can barely make out the word "WATERPROOF" plus there are a few words you can't decipher (at least I can't)

Sabena World Airlines

Received From: Thomas Blickle
Print or Image Color: Blue, White
Background / Bag Color: White, Blue
This bag is the paper airplane version of Sabena, featuring a paper airplane flying parallel to ocean waves, of which there's very few in Belgium.

FLASH! Mermaid expert and amateur Belgian cartographer Veerle van Mansfeld is quick to correct my erroneous assertion. Veerle says, "Belgium is a tiny, tiny, TINY country. From the uppermost North to the downmost South is only 193 km (120 miles) BUT our coastline (Atlantic Ocean/North Sea) is still 67 km (42 miles) long, so to us Belgians, a plane and its barfbags flying over ocean waves, are a very common image. I am just - in an absurdly perfectionist way - setting the record straight."

Sabre Airlines

Received From: Thomas Blickle
Print or Image Color: Red and Gold
Background / Bag Color: White
A British bag appropriates the Safeway logo and adds the biohazardous waste text without the universal logo for it.

Saeta

Received From: Christoph Vogel
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
Uh-oh, somebody needs a new inkjet cartridge, the one used on this bag is on the blink.

Safi Airways

Approximate Vintage: 2015
Received From: Gerd Clemens
Print or Image Color: Red, White
Background / Bag Color: White, Blue
Interesting bag with a lot of rules on it

  • Solid Litter Only
  • Please hand this bag to a Cabin Crew member
  • Cups
  • Cans, Bottles
  • No liquids
  • No cigarettes

Safiran

Approximate Vintage: 2006
Received From: Gerhard Lang
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White, Blue
I don't know if Safiran means anything in Farsi, but a more Anglo friendly airline name would be Safe Iran.

Sahara

Approximate Vintage: 1998
Received From: David Birtwell
Print or Image Color: Gold, White, and Black
Background / Bag Color: Blue
It looks like you're supposed to take a coin and rub off the spot on the lower left, hoping you'll expose a $1,000,000 prize, but probably exposing 10% off of your purchase price. Bag features 3 arrows pointing in different directions.

SAHSA

Received From: Andrew Angel
Print or Image Color: Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
This Honduran airline was more popularly known as "Stay at Home, Stay Alive"

Sally Ferries

Received From: Holger Huette
Print or Image Color: Red and White
Background / Bag Color: Black
Looks a little bit like 'Salty Ferries'. I got this in a swap for a CD.

Sam

Received From: Richard David Glueck
Print or Image Color: Green
Background / Bag Color: White
A much simpler, toned town Sam, as though this bag belongs to some guy named Sam.

Sam

Received From: Christoph Vogel
Print or Image Color: Green and Blue
Background / Bag Color: White
Although Sam is an odd name for an Airline (like 'Bob' might be), perhaps I've fallen into the bag orientation trap. I assume Side 1, that way it's scanned in, is sideways, but if it's not, this could easily pass for "E Drainpipe Airlines". Sam is oddly reminiscent of UniSAM, discussed in more detail in the waning pages of "Cvltvre Made Stvpid (Culture Made Stupid)" by Tom Weller. Or maybe the logo is a Yin/Yang thing? Or a Safeway logo?