The Breitling Chronomat watches are distinguished by their satin-brushed rotating bezels, equipped with four raised rider tabs that make it easier to rotate even while wearing gloves and enable the wearer to count off flight times. Other new features include the rubber-inlay indices on the bezel and the cream-colored, luminous indices on the dial. The stainless steel case has a polished finish. The models with Onyx black dials have silver-toned subdial counters and the ones with silver dials have black subdial counters. The caseback is engraved with the inscription “Edition Spéciale 30e Anniversaire” (“Special 30th Anniversary Edition”) and the silhouette of an Aermacchi, one of the 10 planes flown by the Italian flight squadron. The Breitling Chronomat Airborne is fitted with a sturdy, military-style fabric strap, secured by a folding clasp. It contains Breitling’s manufacture chronograph Caliber BR01, which boasts automatic winding and a COSC chronometer certification. The Airborne models will launch in the U.S. in June, Breitling says, and the prices will range from $8,030 to $9,060.