6 Goods and materials of metal, in particular beauty cases, briefcases, attaché cases, wheeled cases, flight cases, cases, number locks, bottle caps, pipes of metal, signboards; ironmongery, small items of metal hardware; works of art of metal; common metals and their alloys; transportable buildings of metal; non-electric cables and wires of common metal; safes; interior fittings for aeroplanes.
8 Hand tools and implements (hand-operated), in particular manicure sets, cutlery, forks and spoons, side arms; razors.
9 Electric apparatus, equipment and instruments (included in class 9);scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, technical laboratory, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving, sealing and teaching apparatus, equipment and instruments;apparatus, equipment and instruments for electrical engineering, namely for conducting, converting, storage, regulating and controlling;apparatus, equipment and instruments for weak current engineering, namely for communications, high-frequency engineering, telecommunications and control engineering, electric and electronic apparatus, equipment and instruments for audio and high-frequency engineering;audio, public address and hi-fi systems consisting of apparatus and installations; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of data, sound or images; data carriers, in particular magnetic data carriers, CD-ROMs, DVDs, magnetic cards, smart cards and recording discs;automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus, cash registers, calculating machines;data processing equipment and computers and peripheral devices therefor, namely storage drives, scanners, screens, keyboards, modems and ISDN apparatus;data processing equipment and installations consisting of data processing equipment and computers;data carriers containing computer programs (software), recorded and unrecorded compact discs, magnetic tapes, video tapes and films; automatic vending machines; spectacle cases, spectacle frames and sunglasses;life-saving apparatus and equipment, in particular life jackets, lifebelts, safety tarpaulins, life-saving rafts.
12 Vehicles and apparatus for locomotion by air and water;inflatable rubber dinghies.
14 Precious metals and their alloys and goods in precious metals or coated therewith; goods of precious metals and their alloys or coated therewith, namely craft objects, decorative objects, tableware (except cutlery), epergnes, ashtrays, jewellery, precious stones, clocks and watches, alarm clocks and chronometric instruments, bracelets, wrist watches, brooches, tins, cigarette cases, decorative figurines, chains (jewellery), tie pins and clips, cuff links, earrings and precious stones; works of art of precious metal; real and imitation jewellery, in particular pins, key rings.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes, in particular transfers, stickers, containers for stationery, mats for beer glasses, pouches, paper bags, pads of paper and writing paper;printed matter, in particular posters and world maps; bookbinding material; office requisites, in particular paperweights, letter openers, letter racks, inking sheets, sleeves and writing cases; photographs; writing implements, in particular pencils, ball point pens and fountain pens; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); packaging materials of paper and cardboard; playing cards; printers' type and printing blocks; newspapers, periodicals, specialist periodicals and books, user manuals for computers and software, operating and user instructions and manuals for computer programs and data processing equipment;bookends, stickers, desk accessories;lithographic works of art;paintings (pictures) framed or unframed;tickets, flags, pennants, tickets (for travel), calendars, cards, postcards, catalogues and prospectuses.
18 Leather and imitations of leather, and goods made of these materials; animal skins; trunks, attaché cases and travelling bags, pilot cases, flight cases, wheeled garment bags, wheeled trunks, folding cases, wheeled cases, combination bags, travelling bags, laptop cases, heat insulating bags, rucksacks, sports bags and beach bags, bags and folding bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks; whips, harness and saddlery; envelopes and containers for storing credit cards, cheque cards, bank cards, telephone cards and similar cards and money and documents;small goods of leather, in particular purses, identity card sleeves, pocket wallets, key wallets, purses worn around the neck, necktie wallets, business card wallets, shoe-cleaning sets, bags for belts, wash bags, sewing cases, umbrella covers, straps for cases, jewellery cases and roll-up pouches for jewellery;garment bags, laundry bags;interior fittings of leather for aeroplanes.
20 Furniture, namely design desks; goods of plastic materials; air cushions, air mattresses;interior fittings of plastic and wood for aeroplanes.
21 Household or kitchen utensils and containers (not of precious metal or coated therewith), namely bottle openers, vases, combs and sponges, brushes (except paint brushes), material for brush-making; articles for cleaning purposes; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); glassware, porcelain and earthenware; works of art made of glass, porcelain or stoneware.
24 Woven goods and textiles; bed and table covers and cloths;banners and flags, not of paper;travelling rugs, beach towels, bath towels, printers' blankets of textile, bath towels and hand towels; wallpaper of textile.
25 Women' s, men' s and children' s clothing, in particular T-shirts, sweatshirts and polo shirts, gloves, trousers, shirts, skirts, blouses, coats, suits, raincoats, scarves, socks, headbands and pullovers; footwear; headgear, in particular baseball caps;clothing, in particular outerclothing, corsetry and underwear, and bathing trunks, swimsuits, bathing caps and bath robes for women, men and children;belts and reversible belts.
26 Badges for wear, not of precious metal, buttons; lace and embroidery; ribbons and braid, buttons, hooks and eyes, pins and needles, button badges, belt clasps, sewing cases, hair ornaments, in particular slides, clips, circlets.
28 Games and playthings, in particular chess games, model aeroplanes, toy aeroplanes, toy ships and boots, dolls, soft toys, teddy bears, model vehicles, model ships and balls;swimming aids, in particular rings, inflatable aeroplanes and animals; gymnastic and sporting articles; golf bags, with and without wheels;bags for transporting skis.
29 Prepared meals, mainly of meat, fish, poultry and game, and bread and bread rolls filled with these products; meat extracts, preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies; jams, fruit sauces; eggs, milk and milk products, cream, butter, cheese, yoghurt; edible oils and fats.
30 Coffee, tea, cocoa; sugar, rice, tapioca, sago; coffee substitutes; flour and preparations made from cereals; bread, pastry and confectionery, cakes; edible ices; honey, treacle, yeast, baking-powder; salt, mustard; vinegar, sauces (condiments); spices; ice.
34 Tobacco; smokers' articles; matches; lighters.
35 Advertising, in particular radio, television and Internet advertising, advertising materials;project management; marketing; public relations; market research, market analysis and opinion polling; business management services; office functions; arranging, concluding and conducting (merchandising) of commercial transactions, for others;arranging contracts for the buying and selling of goods; distribution of goods for advertising purposes; management and representation of other, legally independent businesses;business, organisation and professional business consultancy, in particular in the fields of electronic data processing, monitoring, procurement, production and expansion;consultancy and organisation in the fields of workshop and office management and construction;holding company services, namely business consultancy, project management, market research, marketing and business management; organisation and conducting of exhibitions and trade fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; arranging sales and the billing therefor (online shopping) on computer networks and/or by means of other sales channels; operating electronic markets on the Internet, by arranging contracts online for both the purchase of goods and the provision of services; arranging commercial transactions within the framework of an electronic department store;recruitment of flight personnel, technical ground personnel and non-technical ground personnel; sales promotion; accounting for the purchase, sale and marketing of transport, tourist, hotel and guest house services;organisational consultancy with regard to the establishment of transport links, transhipment matters and goods distribution;arranging contracts for the buying and selling of aeroplanes, parts therefor and replacement parts.
36 Financial affairs, in particular exchanging money and monetary affairs;financial consultancy for individuals and businesses;credit consultancy and credit bureaux, financial management; issuing of credit cards; capital investments, real estate affairs;real estate management, real estate agencies, mortgage brokerage, renting of apartments and business spaces; insurance; arranging of insurance; safe deposit services;handling of cargoes from aeroplanes and motor vehicles with regard to harbour, customs, passport and health authorities, for others;lease-purchase financing, in particular for propulsion mechanisms, components and parts therefor.
37 Repair and maintenance of electrical engineering goods, mechanical engineering goods, motor vehicles, air vehicles, photographic, projection and cinematographic apparatus;maintenance of air vehicles, and of parts and replacement parts therefor;modification and modernisation of aeroplanes and parts therefor;construction and modification of fittings for aeroplane cabins;repair and maintenance of electronic and optical apparatus, propulsion mechanisms, motors and engines and drive units for air vehicles containing machine parts, for others.
38 Telecommunications; telephone services;teletext services;computer-aided transmission and sending of messages and images, information and offers, in particular in the field of air transport, leisure and tourism;publication of printed matter, in particular periodicals, catalogues and newspapers;e-mail services (electronic mail);call centre services, namely the arranging, processing and forwarding of orders for goods and services;services support via hotlines;online telecommunications services (news agencies);online information, reservation and booking services in the field of air transport and tourism; communications; news agencies and general information services in the field of air transport, leisure and tourism.
39 Transport; packaging and storage of goods; organizing and arranging travel; transport services;transport of persons and goods by road, rail, air and sea (logistics);online travel reservations;life-saving for persons involved in accidents; transport of money and valuables; ambulance transport; arrangement of transport; rental of aircraft and vehicles;packaging and delivery of goods;loading and unloading of all means of transport;storage of goods of all types and delivery thereof to the receiving party;handling freight forwarding transactions of all types, aeroplane clearance and freighting;organising aeroplanes, aeroplane cargoes and cargo space;towing of aeroplanes;travel agencies, in particular consultancy and booking of air travel;providing travel information;sightseeing (tourism); escorting of travellers; reservation services for travel and for sporting, scientific, political and cultural events;tourist homes and holiday apartments;car rental, in particular in holiday locations;travel agencies;consultancy in the fields of warehouse management and construction, and transport;car rental and travel services, in particular for air travel, holidays and leisure services.
41 Education, providing of training and further training for outside and company flight personnel, flight attendants and airport ground personnel.
42 Accommodation and catering for guests; translating and interpreting; technical consultancy and providing of expertise; accommodation reservations; computer programming; creating, installation, updating and maintenance of computer databases and computer software, in particular software for the organisation, reservation and arranging of transport and tourist services, and for flight and holiday advertising on radio and television and electronic media;airline reservation services;hotel reservations;telephone consultancy and consultancy on the Internet or an Intranet, for the operating, maintenance and use of computer databases and computer software;engineering surveying in the field of air travel;aeroplane technician, flight engineer and flight technician services;creating and further development of computer-aided maintenance and overhaul programs for aeroplanes and parts therefor;development on non-computer aided maintenance programs for aeroplanes and parts therefor; engineering work; technical and organisation consultancy in the field of air travel;planning in the fields of warehouse, workshop and office management and construction, and transport;consultancy and coordination in the field of construction, product range design, decoration and sales management for travel agencies and franchising agreements;providing of expertise with regard to the establishment of transport links, transhipment matters and goods distribution.