Potez 63: 80 years ago.

A view of the “Palais de l’Air” hall at the 1937 Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques Appliqués à la Vie Moderne, Paris. This stunning display was designed by Robert and Sonia Delaunay. Huge hangar-like scenario; aircraft engines on pedestals all around and those incredible aluminum rings -a sort nuclear structure- encircling the then promising Potez 63.

By the way, neither the Loire-Nieuport  (S.N.A.C.O) 161 at the right nor the Hanriot H.220 at the left went anywhere. Some clairvoyance here.


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  1. Pingback: 1937 Palais de l’Air: “Don’t leave yet, there’s more to come!” | The Dreamy Dodo

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