Direction of Travel: Volume 4 (Air India & Japan Airlines)
- Full colour newspaper
- 24 pages
- 350 mm x 500 mm (250 mm x 350 mm folded, broadsheet)
In the fourth Volume of Direction of Travel we take a deep dive into the maps created by Air India and Japan Airlines. The tradition of applying artistry into mapping the airways wasn’t only reserved to the western hemisphere, but was also practiced with great gusto and finesse in Asia.
This volume includes numerous maps by both airlines. It also contains a story about a man flying from Tokyo to London onboard a Japan Airlines 747 set in the late 1970s and the first installment of a new series called Airport Portraits. The first one looks at the history of Anchorage, Alaska, which during the cold-war acted as a regular refuelling stop for flights from Europe to and from Asia.