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Cabin crew terminology:
Mamasan bag is a soft inexpensive bag sold in Seoul by an elderly lady (now more shops are selling these mamasan bags). If one buys a certain quantity, the elderly lady known as Mamasan would deliver them to the crew hotel. This term Mamasan bag was coined by the crew some 20 years ago (sorry I do not have one or else I would have put the picture of it here). Almost every technical and cabin crew would at any one time own one or more of these bags. They are foldable, washable and convenient to carry about for shopping.
Cargo bag is the suitcase that one checked into the cargo compartment of the airplane.
In the first top image you will notice the words "lhr a/p". They meant LHR Airport or London Heathrow Airport.
The title " Fresh from CCN" refers to latest from Cabin Crew News and not CNN.