Flying Holidays: Travelling Through France

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Flying Holidays: Travelling Through France screen title.

Documentary (1960)
French title: Evasions: A la découverte de la France

Production:
Paul Mattei (Director and musical arrangement)
Michel Gallon (Cameraman)

Also from this series:
Air France Flying Holidays series

Air France presents us with “Flying Holidays: Traveling through France” a charming travelogue from the 1960s that taps into a Hollywood styled score to compliment the monumental sights that travelers frequent. Vacationers tour the French country side including Normandy and Brittany, and the French Riviera in a Renault Floride (Caravelle on the US market) and make frequent stops, experiencing the leisure of good food and a friendly welcome.

Boeing 707-328

Boeing 707-328 of Air France.
Boeing 707-328 of Air France.

At Aéroport de Paris-Orly. See discussion tab

Boeing 707-328 of Air France.
Boeing 707-328 of Air France.

Dassault MD 312 Flamant

Dassault MD 312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air.
Dassault MD 312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle IA

At Aéroport de Nice Côte d'Azur.
Registration F-BHRJ, c/n 23. First flight in January 1960 as Caravelle IA. Delivered new to Air France in February 1960, named Champagne and soon modified in Caravelle III. Leased to MEA-Middle East Airlines in January 1964, registered OD-AEM. Written off after a crash at Dharan (Saudi Arabia) in April 1964.

Reg.F-BHRJ Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle IA Champagne of Air France.
Reg.F-BHRJ Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle IA Champagne of Air France.
Reg.F-BHRJ Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle IA Champagne of Air France.
Reg.F-BHRJ Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle IA Champagne of Air France.


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