And here's the 2nd page of the Delphi section. I'll be posting these by sections after my Patrons have had access for a while, but only one at a time because these are tall images and I don't want to be making the map thread pages super obnoxious to read.
Ah! This reminds me of a map/couple of graphics i had been working on a month ago or so. It's a Spanish Amazon, but focusing more on its effect on Brazil.
I absolutely love the word “landplane,” but how did it come about? Is it some sort of high-speed, aerodynamic rail invented after airplanes/aeroplanes?
In TTL, almost all BOAC commercial flights were made primarily over water (largely due to having to skirt the airspace of large and hostile powers in Europe and America): as such, flying boats made up the bulk of BOAC's fleet, to the point where most people in the Commonwealth's mental image of an aeroplane is something that can land on water. Landplanes are anything that lands on a runway. I seem to remember BOAC dividing up its aircraft into "landplanes" and "flying boats" in OTL until about the 1940s, so not completely out of the blue.
Anyway, full map covering worldwide operations of BOAC (and its sister airline, the National French Air National Outre-Mer) below:
What happened with Bengal-Burma?