Air France has always endeavoured to develop a solid poster policy. By definition a poster is universal, easy to understand and use, and is highly symbolic, so it is an ideal medium for Air France to promote its image worldwide.
A certain number of artists, including Albert Brenet, Paul Lengellé, Philippe Mitschké, Lucio Perinetto, James Prunier and quite a few others, have produced gouache paintings for Air France, illustrating the fleet's main aircraft. The book “Un siècle d’aviation avec Air France” to be found in the “Library” section, compiles a majority of these paintings.
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France has always endeavoured to develop a solid poster policy. By
definition a poster is universal, easy to understand and use, and is
highly symbolic, so it is an ideal medium for Air France to promote its
The Museum shop has a very rich and varied collection of works covering the most significant periods of French civil aviation, and the history of the airlines which have contributed to making Air France-KLM the world's leading airline group today in terms of turnover.
Thanks to its wealth of Air France cinematographic archives, the Museum invites you to relive in pictures the lives of pioneers such as Jean Mermoz or Maurice Noguès, the history of French civil aviation from its early beginnings up to the present, and the extraordinary adventure, which was Concorde.
In this section, the Museum offers a limited series of model vehicles used by Air France for various purposes: transporting passengers and baggage, catering, ramp services, maintenance, etc.
Various Under this heading, the Air France Museum offers various limited edition items, reminiscent of the Air France history: silk squares, coins, dolls in the most famous stewardess uniforms, an illustrated set of the 7 groups (airlines and their principal tasks) which contributed to the adventure of 20th century aviation, together with other objects such as the “bistro” table, the weather vane, the fan, the thermometer and the key ring representing Air France’s historic logo" the Flying seahorse" the Flying seahorse
Welcome to the online shop of the Museum Air France. The Association of Air France museum is a reference for the
dissemination and preservation of writings, photographs, objects, works
of art, witness the history of Air France and all of Aeronautics Throughout the twentieth century to the present. Its
documentation center, located at the Terminal des Invalides in PARIS (open
Monday to Friday from 13h. To 17h.) is intended to serve as a resource
for historians, researchers, writers, filmmakers, students ... The site www.airfrancemusee.org allows you to familiarize yourself with
the history of aviation and specifically of Civil Aviation. It
offers access to the first selection that we present posters, model
airplanes, advertising items, calendars, toys, uniforms, decorations,
envelopes philatelic first day, gouaches ... preserved in the collections of the Museum Air France. The collections are accessible physically and in loans to exhibitions on the theme of aviation. This site is the only place virtual permanent exhibition of the collections. Air France Museum Association also develops and markets numerous
products (models, posters, books, videos, decorative objects ....)
tracing the history of Air France and companies that have incorporated
(Air East , Air Union, Aeropostale, TAI, UAT, UTA, Air Inter ...). The Museum shop located Terminal des Invalides, 2 rue EsnaultPelterie-75007 Paris is open from Monday to Friday from 13h. to 17h. Our partner LA BOUTIQUE DU PILOTE that handles our online sales site:
www.museeairfrancelaboutique.com also offers our clients the opportunity
to buy our products in these three stores located at 25 rue de la
Convention 15th in Paris (metro bleach ) Toussus-le-Noble (near the airport restaurant) and Lyon Bron Airport (near the airport restaurant). Jean Signoret President of the Air France Museum