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January 10, 1935: First flight of the Latécoère 521, "Lieutenant de Vaisseau Paris", French six-engined flying boat, and one of the first large trans-Atlantic passenger aircraft.

January First flight of the Latécoère "Lieutenant de Vaisseau Paris", French six-engined flying boat, and one of the first large trans-Atlantic passenger aircraft.

1950 Us Fighter Jets | ... -engined flying boat used by the United States Navy during the 1950s

Convair R3Y Tradewind

The Convair Tradewind was a four-engined flying boat used by the United States Navy during.

The Loire 130 was a French flying boat that saw service during WWII. It was designed and built by Loire Aviation of St Nazaire.

The Loire 130 was a French flying boat that saw service during WWII. It was designed and built by Loire Aviation of St Nazaire. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Pan American Sikorsky S42B Flying Boat moored in Aucklsnd Harbour, 1937

Pan American Sikorsky Flying Boat moored in Auckland Harbour, 1937

Tasman Empire Airways Ltd ('TEAL') Short S.30 Empire (or: 'C-') Class flying boat 'Aotearoa' ZK-AMA (c/n: S.884) alights on Evans Bay in Wellington, New Zealand on 19 January 1940. Aotearoa was a Mk IV New Zealand 'boat, a long range version of the S.23, with an MAUW of 53,000 lb and an increased fuel capacity of 2,474 Imperial gallons, giving it a range of 1,914 nm (3,547 km) with full payload.

Tasman Empire Airways Ltd ('TEAL') Short S.30 Empire (or: 'C-') Class flying boat 'Aotearoa' ZK-AMA (c/n: S.884) alights on Evans Bay in Wellington, New Zealand on 19 January 1940. Aotearoa was a Mk IV New Zealand 'boat, a long range version of the S.23, with an MAUW of 53,000 lb and an increased fuel capacity of 2,474 Imperial gallons, giving it a range of 1,914 nm (3,547 km) with full payload.

May 1940. "Showing Tasman Empire Airways Limited's Short S-30 Empire Class Flying Boat ZK-AMA 'Aotearoa' on the Waitemata after the first commercial flight from Sydney to Auckland in May 1940."

May "Showing Tasman Empire Airways Limited's Short Empire Class Flying Boat ZK-AMA 'Aotearoa' on the Waitemata after the first commercial flight from Sydney to Auckland in May

The Short Sunderland - To meet requirement R.2/33 of the Air Ministry for a general reconnaissance flying boat, Short developed the S.25 Sunderland from their famous S.23 "Empire" or "C-class" flying boat, the flagship of Imperial Airways. The S.25 first flew on 16 October 1937. #British #Aviation

The Short Sunderland - To meet requirement of the Air Ministry for a general reconnaissance flying boat, Short developed the Sunderland from their famous "Empire" or "C-class" flying boat, the flagship of Imperial Airways. The first flew on 16 October

1925 - Royal Air Force (RAF) Supermarine Southampton (Twin-Engined Piston Biplane Flying Boat)

Supermarine Southampton - List of seaplanes and amphibious aircraft - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

SARO Princess

The wonderful Saunders Roe Princess flying boat. The largest flying boat ever…

https://flic.kr/p/aDSMiL | Harold Kantner Special Collection Photo [Photo] | Catalog #: Kantner_0405 Title: Harold Kantner Special Collection Photo [Photo] Description: ""Big Fish"" flying boat Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

Catalog Title: Harold Kantner Special Collection Photo [Photo] Description: ""Big Fish"" flying boat Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

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