The Couzinet 70, also called the "Arc-en-Ciel", is a three-engine monoplane developed by the engineer René Couzinet which took off in 1932. Jean Mermoz, a fervent defender of this aircraft, made his crossing of the South Atlantic on board in 1933, travelling at that time 25000 km at an average speed of 220 km/hour: a success for the time! Despite the interest he aroused among the pilots of the Aéropostale, he did not receive the support of the State and, after being bought by René Couzinet in 1937, he was finally destroyed in his hangar during the Second World War in 1940.
Handcrafted in LEON FLAM's French workshop
Made of heavy canvas 100% cotton
Details in full-grain leather with vegetable tanning
Red lining 100% cotton
One interior zip pocket
Ajustable shoulder strap in heavy canvas
20 x 15 x 5 cm
Delivery under 72H in France
Free exchanges and returns
Concerned about its social and environmental impact, LEON FLAM has its own workshops located in Chatillon-sur-Indre.
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