International travel might not be as glamorous as it used to be, but a new series of retro accessories could help to revamp interior spaces.
Airportag has released a new line of pillow covers featuring the three-letter Air Transport Association (IATA) code designated to airports around the world.
The codes normally seen on baggage tags, tickets and at check-in desks have been transferred to the pillows, with each destination featuring its own design.
"As a flight lover and designer I always thought that the airport codes could be used on souvenir gifts from all the airports that I had already visited," said designer Captain Greg.
The collection launched earlier this January and includes codes for Amsterdam, Paris, New York and Los Angeles.
Online shoppers can help decide which airports will be next to be added to the collection by voting on the brand's website. The choice currently includes Sydney, Toronto and Berlin, among others, but visitors to the site can also suggest their own favorite airport.
The covers, which retail at $19.90 are not the only choice of jet-set accessories on the market. British graphic artist Neil Stevens is well known for his series of retro flight tag prints. Meanwhile, airport codes also became a fashion statement last year with US-based company Pilot and Captain's World Tour series of t-shirts.