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List of seaplanes and flying boats

The following is a list of flying boats and seaplanes. These do not include WIG or 'Wing-In-Ground'-effect craft, also referred to as water-skimming wingships or, in Russian, ekranoplans.

Austro-Hungary

  • Lohner L — biplane flying boat (1910s)
  • Lohner R — photo-reconnaissance biplane flying boat (1910s)
  • Lohner S — training biplane flying boat (1910s)

Canada

China

  • Harbin SH-5 — People's Republic of China, 1976, Amphibious

Finland

France

Germany

Italy

Japan

Norway

Netherlands

  • Fokker C.VII-W - two-seat light reconnaissance/training floatplane (1928)
  • Fokker C.VIII-W - three-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1928)
  • Fokker C.XI-W - two-seat reconnaissance seaplane (1925)
  • Fokker C.XIV-W - two-seat training/reconnaissance floatplane (1937)
  • Fokker T.II - three-seat bombing torpedo floatplane (1921)
  • Fokker T.III - floatplane (1920s)
  • Fokker T.IV - four-seat torpedo bomber/reconnaissance floatplane (1927)
  • Fokker T.VIII-W - three-seat torpedo bomber/reconnaissance floatplane (1939)

Poland

Russia, CIS, USSR

  • Beriev A-40 Albatross - world's largest, only 3 examples

United Kingdom

United States

Yugoslavia

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