With the Vuelo Emilio Carranza series, Cuervo y Sobrinos pays homage to the brave aviator Emilio Carranza and his significant contributions to Mexican aviation.
The first version, the Vuelo Emilio Carranza is a three-hands date model that works on a CYS 5103 base Soprod M100, automatic with 42 hours power reserve, 25 jewels, and 28800 A/h.
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Emilio Carranza was a Mexican aviation pioneer and celebrated pilot who flew many successful missions, including a record-breaking flight from Mexico to New York City in 1928.
In 1926, Carranza participated in the "National Air Race" in Mexico City, where he won first place in the "Cabin Planes" category. This victory earned him national recognition and led to his appointment as the chief pilot of the Mexican military's aviation division. In 1927, Carranza was selected to represent Mexico in the first transnational flight between the United States and Mexico, earning him international acclaim.
The watches feature a striking black dial with luminescent hands, which offers exceptional legibility both day and night a plane illustration on the dial.
In addition, the Emilio Carranza portrait has also been engraved on the back case, providing a respectful nod to the legendary Mexican pilot.