Twenty-three Potez 62s were delivered between
1934 and 1936. They were mainly used on Air
European routes and were a common sight at Croydon before WW II.
plywood, the aircraft had external longitudinal stiffeners which gave
it a corrugated metal appear-
ance. As can be seen, I have very few photographs of pre WW
II Air France aircraft. The above
came from the airline in the late 1940s. The John
Player & Sons cigarette card rendition
aircraft (below) shows Air France's
blue and silver livery to good advantage.