What’s in an airline name? You may have heard this week that AirAsia’s Japanese arm, now wholly owned by ANA, rebranded itself as Vanilla—selected from a field of 200 possible titles—because, as the airline’s president explained, "everyone likes vanilla." Maybe, but vanilla to many of us means bland and boring—who’d want to fly plane vanilla? Still, it’s not the worst airline name ever—some truly cringe-worthy monikers have plied the skies: