F-AIXY  Breguet 280T                                 (c/n  2)


                                  Kinda looks like a flying brick outhouse, doesn't it?  The John Player & Sons cigarette card
                                  caption accompanying the illustration of sister ship F-AIXV (c/n 1497) below, stated, some-
                                  what diplomatically:   "The Breguet is not handsome in appearance, but is very strong and
                                  reliable and has very comfortable accomodation for eight passengers". Air Union used a fleet
                                  of these machines on various routes in the early 1930s.  Both images portray aircraft in front
                                  of the Le Bourget terminal.