Spuckbeutel Air Sickness bags
  Airlines AA - AZ
 
A sky Airlines, Lomé, Togo, founded 2009.  #1:

A. Soriano Aviation Inc., Pasay City, Philippines, 1987-2003 renamed as Island Aviation(IAI).   - #1:

ACES - Aerolineas Centrales de Colombia, Medellin, 1972 - 2003.    - #2   and   #4:

ADAM AIR, Jakarta, Indonesia, 2002-2008.
#1(rear no logo, name, instructions),           and              #2:

ADRIA AIRWAYS, Ljubljana, Slovenia,  founded 1986 by renaming from Inex Adria Aviopromet(q.v.).
   #4,                       #3,                      #1                   and  #2:

                  #5,                         #7                    and     #8:

Aegean, Athens, Greece, founded 1987.
#1(blue print)/#6(black print),      # 7      and         #9/#9a(diff. base seal):

AERIS, Paris-Orly, France, 1999-2003.     -  #1      and        #2:

Aer Lingus, Dublin, Ireland, founded 1936.
-  #3a(grey print),                     #1(black print, normal paper)/#2(glossy paper):

Aero Cancun, Mexico-City, 1989-1996. Sister of Oasis, Spain(q.v.). Bancrupted after Oasis-Holding collapsed.

Aerocaribe, Merida, Mexico, 1975 - 2005 renamed as Mexicana Click.    -  # 2:

Aeroclub Zwickau, Germany.    -  #1             and               #2:
 
Aerocon, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, founded 2005.   -#1:

Aero Condor, Lima, Peru, founded 1975.    - #3
    
Aerocondor, Cascais, Portugal, 1975-1994.   - #1:

Aero Continente, Lima, Peru, 1991-2004,
Successor in 2004: Nuevo Continente Airlines, ceased same year.   #1     and  #4:

Aeroflot, Vintage bag of Soviet Union times.    #2,  #15,  #31  and  #14:

-   #7,                                    #10,           #34/37(w. Skyteam logo),                   #26:

#35,                               #13,                            #21                 and                     #38:

  -   #42/#43(sticker):

AeroGal, Quito, Ecuador, founded 1985. 
#3,                         #11,                               #12,                                    #13:

Aerolineas Argentinas, Buenos Aires, founded 1950.
-     #27,                                    #2,              #15/#17/#25(no maker),                      #3:

   -         #6,                   #28,                                   #1,                                        #26:

-   #29:

Aero Lloyd, Frankfurt, Germany, 1979-2003.  -   #1/#9, #5  and  #7(rear, front as #5)

AeroLyon, Paris, France, 1996-2002.  -#1:

Aeromar, Mexico-City, founded 1987.   -  #4,        and        #7:

Aeromexico, Mexico-City, founded 1934.          
  -              #29,                                                #10a         and             #23/#23a:

#7/#33(diff dist text to logo),           #24,                      #16,                               #21:

Aero Mongolia, Ulaanbataar, founded 2002.  -  #1,        and           #4:

Aero Peru, Lima, 1973-1999.     -   #10,        #3,      and    #6(front and rear):

Aero Republica, Bogota, Colombia, 1992 - 2010 absorbed by Copa Airlines(q.v.). 
-#3( new Copa-Logo)               and     #2( old logo):

AeroSur, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia, founded 1992.  #1a:

            #5 and 5a,                                  #6  and  #6a,                            #7:
 
AeroSvit, Kiev, Ukraine, founded 1994.           -       #1,           #3:

African Safari Airways, Mombasa, Kenya, 1967-2008.  #1:

AFRIQIYAH, Tripolis, Libya, founded 2001.        - #3,       #2,             #4          and  #5:

Agni Air, Kathmandu, Nepal, founded 2006.  #1: 

Aigle Azur, Trembley-en-France, founded 1946.      -    #1:

AIRES (Aerovias de Integración Regional Aires S.A.), Bogotá, Colombia, Founded 1981. 
#4/#6(addtnl w maker at rear):

AIRPHILEXPRESS, Pasay City, Philippines, founded March 2010 by renaming from Air Philippines(q.v.).,
2013 renamed to PALexpress.       -      #2,                #2a:

AirSea Lines, Gouvia, Corfu, Greece, 2004-2009, operator of seaplanes only.  -#1:

Airtours International, UK, 1990-2004 rebranded as MyTravel Airways(q.v.).
           #2         and               same design  #3/#7/#11(with/without thumbhole, size diff.):

AIRWORLD, Bromley, UK, 1994-1998, merged into Flying Colors(q.v.).   - #1:

Alaska Airlines, Sea Tac (Seattle), USA, founded 1932.
#5 -Hint: Very similar bag fetched Feb 2010 from American Airlines,   and  #8:

Alfa Airlines, Istanbul, Turkey, 02.2002-11.2002 unfortunate short relaunch of Air Alfa (q.v.). -#1:

ALIA, Amman, Jordan, 1963-1987 renamed as Royal Jordanian (q.v.).      -  #1    and      #2:

Alianza Summa, Bogota, Colombia, 2002-2003.    -  #1:

Alisarda, Olbia (Sardinia), Italy, 1963-1991 merged with Universair to form Meridiana(q.v.).  #3:

Alitalia, Rome, Italy,  founded1946.
-  #12,                                                 #21,                                    #20:

-    #11,                                 #22,                                #4,                               #31:

 #27/#29 front and rear same print (#27 base w promo, #29 base plain),       #7: 

Alitalia ATI - Aero Trasporti Italiani, Naples, 1963 founded as subsidary of Alitalia and merged back 1994.
#17:         ATI-Elivie(ELIVIE, also sub of Alitalia was integrated to ATI in 1968, heli operations ceased 1971)- #1:
 
ALM - Antillean Airlines, Willemstad, Curacao - Dutch Antilles, 1964 - 2001.
-  #1,                                       #2                           and                  #10:

Alma de Mexico, Guadalajara, Mexico, 2006 - 2008.  #1:

ALNASER Airlines, Baghdad, Iraq, founded 2005  exclusively in transportation for US forces until launching civil flights in 2009 Baghdad - Kuwait first.    #1 size 35x15,7 cm, front and rear shown:

Alpha Star Aviation Services, Riyadh, Saudi-Arabia.    - #1:

Alpi Eagles, Sant'Angelo/Venice, Italy, founded 1979 as aerobatics team,
passenger flight from 1996-2008.           -  #1:

ALWAFEER AIR, Jeddah, Saudi-Arabia, founded August 2009.   -   #1:

ALYEMDA Democratic Yemen Airlines,  Aden, 1971-1996 merged into Yemenia (q.v.).
                              #2                            and                              #4:

AMASZONAS, La Paz, Bolivia, founded 2001.       -    #3,       #4        and    #6:

Amaszonas del Paraguay,  Asuncion, founded 2015 by Amaszonas Bolivia and Air Nostrum Spain.  -  #1:

AMC Airlines, Cairo, Egypt based Charter-carrier. Private owned. Found 1988 as Aircraft Maintenance Corporation, starting flight operation as AMC Aviation in 1992. Name changed to AMC Airlines in 1992.
       #1 / #4  different color shade, different maker in gusset.

American Airlines, Fort Worth, Texas, USA, founded 1934.
#10,                                        and                                    #11:

#6,                                                        #1,                       and          #2:

American Falcon Lineas Aeres, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1995-2004.  #1:

Amiri Flight Qatar, Doha, Qatar, founded 1977 (Gvrnmnt  VIP flights).   -   #1,             #2:

AMX Amakusa Airlines,  Amakusa, Kumamoto, Japan, founded 2000.   -   #2:

ANA All Nippon Airways, Minato, Tokyo, Japan, founded 1952:
# 3 (w. recycled paper logo),      #10               and   #13/#19(diff base):

                       #6,                     #2,                      #9                  and       #17:

Anadolu Jet, Ankara, Turkey, founded 2008. #1/#2(diff. paper and maker print),  #3,    #4:

Angkor Airways, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 2004 - 2008.       -  #2:

ANK Air Nippon Kabushiki, Tokyo, Japan, 1974 - 2012 merged into ANA.   -  #1:

Ansett Australia, Melbourne, 1969 founded by renaming from Ansett-ANA, ceased 2001.  -  #BG12:

Ansett New Zealand, Auckland, 1987-2001. -#1(blue print) an #1a(turquise print),  and #3:

AOM French Airlines, Paris-Orly, 1991-2001.    #1(normal-)/#4(glossy paper):

Ariana Afghan Airlines, Kabul, Afghanistan, founded 1955.        - #1,       #2:

ARGENTINA ARG Lineas Privadas, Buenos Aires. Founded 1977 as LAPA, renamed 2001 as ARG later AIRG,
reverted 2002 to LAPA, renamed 2003 as LAFSA, ceased 2005.     -     #1:

Arik Air, Lagos, Nigeria, founded 2004.   -  #1:

ARKIA Israel Airlines, Tel-Aviv, founded 1949.  - #1:

Armavia, Yerevan, Armenia, founded 1996.   #4:

Armenian Airlines, Yerevan, Armenia, 1991-2003.   #1:

ARP 410, Kiev, Ukraine, founded 1999.   #1:

Asia Atlantic Airlines, Bangkok, Thailand, founded 2013.  - #1:

ASIANA, Seoul, Korea, founded 1988.       #2,       #1     and            #4:
 
# 8(sticker "Please use...")/# 9(print "Please use.."),        #3:

Asian Spirit, Pasay-City, Philippines, 1995-2008 rebranded as Zest Airways(q.v.).   #1   and   #3:

Asian Wings Airways, Yangon, Myanmar, founded 2011.    -  #4,      #5:

ASTRA Airlines, Thessaloniki, Greece, founded 2008.      #1:

ATA - American Trans Air, Indianapolis, USA, 1973-2008.
-                 #1,                                          #4:

ATA Airlines, Tabriz, Iran, founded 2010.     -    #1,       #2:

Atlantic Airways, Sörvágur, Faroe Islands, founded 1988.   -  #1,     #3:

AtlasJet Intl. Airlines, Istanbul, Turkey,  2001-2015 renamed to AtlasGlobal.   -#1:

AUSTRAL Lineas Aereas, Buenos Aires, Argentina, founded 1971.    -   #5,     #1:

AURELA Aviak Companija, Vilnius, Lithuania, founded 1995.   -   #1:

AUSTRIAN, Vienna, founded 1957.     #3,        #4,            #10,           and           #9:

#13(normal-)/#14(glossy paper),      #2(glossy-)/#11(normal paper),     and    #5:

Austrian Air Force  -   #1 front and rear :

AVENSA, Caracas, Venezuela, 1949-2003.    #4/#4a(diff maker),     #5  and   #7:

AVIACO, Bilbao, Spain, 1948-1998.            -    #1,              #8:

AVIACSA, Monterrey, Mexico, founded 1990.    #1,           #6    and     #10:

Aviastar, Jakarta, Indonesia, founded 2000.    - #1:

AVIANCA, Bogota, Colombia, founded 1919.
#3,              #1,                 #21            and           #6/#13A(addtnl w maker Lamyflex 2CC 11.09 at rear) : 

-     #14,                      #2,                                     #22,                                      #24:

AVIANCA Brazil, Rio de J., founded 2010 by renaming from Ocean Air (q.v.). #15:

AVIATECA, Guatemala-City, 1945-2006. - #1:

AVIOIMPEX, Skopie, Macedonia, 1992-2002.     -    #1:

Aviogenex, Belgrade, Serbia, founded 1968.     -  #1,          #3,           #4,               #5:

Avior Airlines, Barcelona, Venezuela, founded 1994.   -  #2:

Axis Airways, Marseille, France,  2001-2009.     -   #2:

AZAL, Baku, Azerbadijan, founded 1995.
   #3/#6(diff maker logo),                              #9:

Azteca,  Mexico-City,  2000-2007.     -   #1a(front and rear shown):

AZUL Linhas Aereas Brasileiras, Barueri / S.P., founded 2008.    -  #2     and   #4:

 
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