I proudly present to you my collection of Airsicknessbags on this website. This collection is a combination of my interest in civil avation and foreign country’s and cultures.
This website does not focus on the ‘technical’ details of my Airsicknessbags (size, material etc.). These do not have my interest. Also, it is not my ambition to own thousants of bags. However, any addition to my collection is more than welcome!
I do try to focus on this website, albeit in a modest way, on the countries (through some photos) and the airline company’s (in the form of a brief description of the history) that the bags represent.
This collection is made possible with the help of familiymembers, friends, friend of friends, business relations and so on. There are too many people to mention. However, because the following people made such a significant contribution to my collection, they deserve a special word of thanks.
– Eric van Amerom, The Netherlands (Eric died in February 2015, only 50 years old. Eric donated his collection of airsickness bags to me)
– Robert Brons, The Netherlands
– Thorsten Hecht, Germany
– Bruce Kelly, USA
– Nico Snels, The Netherlands
– Vincent Tepas en Ingrid de Vos, The Netherlands
– Vidas Vekerotas, Lithuania
These, and other collectors are also mentioned on the ‘Other Collectors’ page of my website.
The collection is arranged as follows:
At most bags, there is a design number. I gratefully used the website of Bruce Kelly for this.
The size of my collection at this moment is as follows:
Rank #27 on Paul Mundy’s ‘Collection Bagometer’. To see more: www.bagophily.com, click on Collections.
The main airlines of my collection are: The main countries of my collection are:
01 Virgin Atlantic Airways 35 bags 01 Germany 114 bags
02 KLM Royal Dutch Airlines 27 02 UK 113
03 Lufthansa 18 03 P.R. of China 105
04 Thai Airlways 17 04 USA 73
05 Air Berlin 16 05 Netherlands 56
06 Singapore Airlines 15 06 Spain 56
07 Delta Airlines 15 07 Italy 49
08 Condor 15 08 Brazil 45
09 EgyptAir 15 09 Turkey 36
10 Qantas 14 10 India 35
Latest update: August 24, 2016