Breitling honors its aviation and space icons with an array of releases: the Navitimer GMT and Automatic 41, and a limited-edition self-winding Cosmonaute. Sports superstars Erling Haaland and Giannis Antetokounmpo headline the Navitimer campaign as Breitling celebrates its 140th anniversary.

As Breitling turns 140, it’s marking the occasion with stories of its many incredible firsts, from
breakthroughs in timekeeping for air, land, and sea, to milestones in sustainability. This month, the brand recognizes two of its icons. The Navitimer, the first wristwatch for pilots to combine a chronograph and a computational slide rule. And the Cosmonaute, a 24-hour take on the Navitimer that became the first Swiss wristwatch in space. Breitling has just unveiled new versions of these lines: the Navitimer GMT and Automatic 41, along with a new self-winding Cosmonaute.

All this year, we’ll be talking about our 140 Years of Firsts,” says Georges Kern, CEO of Breitling. “And when it comes to these two watches—the Navitimer and Cosmonaute—you cannot overstate the significance they’ve had for our brand, for aviation, and for watchmaking as a whole.”