The Antoine de Saint-Exupéry classic‘Night Flight’is a story of pilots taking to the skies in an era where postal flights were still fraught with adventure and pilots relied on faith, courage, and belief in their fellow humans.
With a paper glider and a single stamp, you can feel the connection to pilots who risked their lives to carry precious letters to their loved ones.
The paper plane symbol is often used as an icon to send e-mails, but wouldn't it be great if we could make letters that actually flew to their destination? And not only fly, but fly well. Very well. Letters that literally fly to the post box, or as the French say; 'Par Avion'. For it was Frenchman Saint Exupéry who taught us the true beauty of the airplane. Take off on a domestic flight for the price