F-AIVV  Potez 32                                             (c/n  1364)


                               Incredibly, the air equivalent of the Orient Express was operated as long ago as 1922 when the
                               French Compagnie Franco-Roumaine de Navigation Aerienne (C.F.R.N.A.) completed its Paris-
                               Strasbourg-Prague-Vienna-Budapest-Belgrade-Bucharest-Constantinople routing.  In 1925 the
                               company name was changed to Compagnie Internationale de Navigation Aerienne (CIDNA).
                               Seen above is one of a dozen Potez 32s used by this latter company on their Central and Eastern
                               European routes.  How would you like to ride this machine from Paris to Instanbul?