All flight captains need reliable timepieces, and many of them consider Breitling their favorite watchmaking brand. The Swiss company proved once again that it is the world’s most famous creator of aviator’s watches for a reason, as it recently released the outstanding Chronoliner Flight Captain Chronograph. The timepiece features a large bezel made out of scratch-resistant black ceramic that contrasts beautifully with a series of white ceramic numerals.
The 46mm case is made out of stainless steel and boasts an AR-coated sapphire crystal that protects an elegant black dial and its white luminescent hour-markers. For a touch of authenticity, the back of the case has an inscription of two stylized airplanes – a symbol that’s often featured on Breitling’s top timepieces.
The watch is powered by a Swiss automatic Breitling caliber 24 that flaunts an operating frequency of 28,800 vph, a 48-hour power reserve and 25 beautiful jewels. The movement includes a second timezone that is showcased on the main dial as well as a third timezone that can be observed on the bezel. The bracelet comes in two versions, namely in Navitimer steel or Ocean Classic mesh.