In 1951, Air France announced that it was opening up "all of North America to its passengers through its associated companies". Plaquet's poster lists them all: American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Airlines, Trans-Canada Airlines and many others.
On this drawing, sky and sea merge around the American continent overflown by a multitude of planes of the French giant and its new partners.
This stylized representation of the map of North America shows the emblematic monuments of its major cities: the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, the "financial district" of San Francisco (before the construction of the controversial Transamerica Pyramid), the cult buildings of Chicago...
In the North, the lakes and mountains of Canada do not leave the nature lovers out.
Airline - Aviation - Tourism - United States
Very good condition
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