A Breitling auction during the 75th Pearl Harbor Commemoration in Hawaii on December 3 raised $21,000 for the Commemoration itself. The winner of the auction received a special edition Honor Flight copy breitling navitimer automatic with black dial-ar coating as part of a package that also included round-trip travel for two, hotel accommodations for four nights, a Breitling flight experience on an historical airplane and a visit to Jay Leno’s Garage.
The Navitimer is one of fifty-piece limited editionavailable across the United States and at all Breitling Boutiques and through select jewelers for $9,650. This commemorative watch features a blue dial, steel case back with an inscription of the inspirational statement, “Honor Flight – One Last Mission.” The Honor Flight special edition watches are powered by Breitling’s Caliber 01 in-house chronograph movement. All breitling navitimer 46 mm limited edition watch sale proceeds are donated to the Honor Flight Network.
Breitling’s partnership with the Honor Flight organization began in November 2013. Since then, Breitling contributions have helped more than 500 veterans fly to Washington, D.C., to see the memorials dedicated to their service.
Los Angeles veterans visited the Memorials dedicated to their service in Washington, DC. with a flight provided by Breitling in 2013.
The Honor Flight Network is a non-profit organization created to honor America’s veterans for all their sacrifices. presents always the replica breitling navitimer working chronograph with blue dial watches. They transport our heroes to Washington, D.C. to visit and reflect at the memorials. Preference is granted to senior veterans, those who served in World War II or who are deemed terminally ill. The Honor Flight Network has flown nearly 160,000 veterans since 2005 and has more than 21,000 veterans on its waiting list.