Guess The Airline – May/June 2002 answer

Every month, an airline printed advertisement, minus airline name and logo, is displayed for your guessing pleasure on Guess The Airline. The following is the answer to a previous game.

Another amazing Guess The Airline with a very high participation rate, and a high number of correct answers. Starting with this game, I am making the statistics available to the public. Ready? Scroll down! The following was a magazine ad featured in this airline’s inflight magazine.

Delta Air Lines advertisement titled: 'Anything but more lines', written on a tag, featuring a blurry picture of an Asian woman sitting down.

How to guess it?

Let’s start with the smaller clues. One alert reader mentioned the red triangle and the colors used in the advertisement. Another one mentioned the ad campaign style: “Passenger Request…”. But the most widely mentioned clue was the famous baggage tag “Fly ___”. The blank could be filled by nearly anything from “Home” to “For Business” to “ASAP” as in the example. What mislead many people to submit Asian airlines as answers was the apparently Asian woman in the very blurry picture in the background.

Statistics

Correct answers: 83.3% | Wrong answers: 16.7% | Most submitted wrong answer: Japan Airlines (6.0%) | Other answers submitted: Air France, British Airways, Dragonair, Garuda, United, Virgin.

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Guess The Airline was once a fun monthly challenge for visitors worldwide. But from 1999 to 2014, it grew into a virtual gallery of over 160 airline printed advertisements. View all adverts sorted by airline ›
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