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List of seaplanes and flying boats


The following is a list of seaplanes and amphibious aircraft, which includes floatplanes and flying boats. This list does not include ekranoplans, 'Wing-In-Ground-effect' (WIG), water-skimmers, wingships or similar vehicles reliant on ground effect. Seaplanes are any aircraft that has the capability of landing on water while amphibians are equipped with wheels to alight on land, as well as being able to land on the water. Flying boats rely on the fuselage or hull for buoyancy, while floatplanes rely on external pontoons or floats. Some experimental aircraft used specially designed skiis to skim across the water but did not always have a corresponding ability to float.

Australia

Austria

Austria-Hungary

Canada


China

Finland

  • Eklund TE-1 – single-seat amphibian (1949)
  • ATOL 495 – two seat ultralight amphibian (1989)
  • ATOL 650 – two seat light-sport amphibian (2011)

France

  • Bellanger-Denhaut 22 (HB.3) – twin-engined bomber/reconnaissance flying-boat (1920s)
  • Bernard H.52 – single-seat floatplane fighter (1933)
  • Bernard H.110 – single-seat floatplane fighter (1935)
  • Bernard H.V.40 – single-seat racing seaplane (1931)
  • Bernard H.V.42 – single-seat racing seaplane (1931)
  • Bernard H.V.120 – single-seat racing seaplane (1930)
  • Bernard H.V.220 – single-seat racing seaplane (not flown)
  • Besson H-3 – touring flying boat (1921)
  • Besson H-5 – quadruplane transport flying boat (1922)
  • Besson H-6 – single-seat postal flying boat (1921)
  • Besson LB – coastal patrol flying boat (1917)
  • Besson MB.26 – two-seat reconnaissance/fighter floatplane (1925)
  • Besson MB.35 – two-seat spotter/reconnaissance floatplane (1926)
  • Besson MB.36 – transport flying boat (1930)
  • Besson MB.410 & 411 – shipborne reconnaissance/fighter floatplane (1932)
  • Blanchard BB-1 – racing flying boat (1924)
  • Blanchard Brd.1 – bomber/reconnaissance flying boat (1922)
  • Blériot-SPAD S.XIV – single-seat fighter seaplane (1917)
  • Blériot 290 – light amphibious flying boat (1931)
  • Blériot 5190 – long-range mail-carrying flying boat (1933)
  • Borel Type Bo.11 – two-seat general purpose floatplane (1911)
  • Borel-Odier Type Bo-T – torpedo reconnaissance floatplane (1916)
  • Borel-Odier Type Bo-C – 10-passenger floatplane (1919)
  • Breguet Type V – floatplane racer version entered in Schneider Cup (1912)
  • Breguet 521 & 522 Bizerte – 8-seat long-range maritime flying boat (1933)
  • Breguet 530 Saigon – civil Breguet 521 (1935)
  • Breguet 730 & 731 – long-range maritime reconnaissance flying boat (1938)
  • Breguet 790 Nautilus – coastal patrol flying boat (1939)
  • Breguet S.8/2 Calcutta – militarised licenced version of Short Calcutta (1932)
  • CAMS 30 – two-seat training flying boat (1922)
  • CAMS 31 – single-seat fighter flying boat (1922)
  • CAMS 33 – coastal reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1923)
  • CAMS 36 – racing flying boat (1922)
  • CAMS 37 – flying boat (1926)
  • CAMS 38 – single-seat racing flying boat (1923)
  • CAMS 46 – two-seat basic training flying boat (1926)
  • CAMS 53 – passenger and mail-carrying flying boat (1928)
  • CAMS 55 – maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1927)
  • CAMS 58 – passenger and mail transport flying boat (1931)
  • Latécoère 300, 301 & 302 – four-engined flying boat (1931)
  • Latécoère 380 & 381 – twin-engined three-seat flying boat (1930)
  • Latécoère 501 – three-engined flying boat (1932)
  • Latécoère 521 – six-engined prototype large flying boat (1935)
  • Latécoère 522 – six-engined commercial large flying boat (1935)
  • Latécoère 523 – six-engined military large flying boat (1935)
  • Latécoère 550 – four-seat seaplane bomber (1934)
  • Latécoère 582 – three-engined long-range patrol flying boat (1935)
  • Latécoère 611 – four-engined long-range patrol and bomber flying boat (1939)
  • Latécoère 631 – six-engined large commercial flying boat (1942)
  • Latham 42 – three-seat bomber flying boat (1924)
  • Latham 43 – three-seat bomber flying boat (1924)
  • Latham 45 – three-seat biplane flying boat (1920s)
  • Latham 47 – twin-engined long-range flying boat (1928)
  • Latham 230 – two-seat biplane seaplane (1920s)
  • Latham C-1 – biplane flying boat (1923)
  • Latham HB.5 – four-engined flying boat (1921)
  • Latham L-1 – single-seat racing flying boat (1923)
  • Latham L-2 – single-seat racing flying boat (1923)
  • Levasseur PL 14 – torpedo/bomber/reconnaissance floatplane (1929)
  • Levasseur PL 15 – torpedo/bomber/reconnaissance floatplane (1929)
  • Levasseur PL 200 – three-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1935)
  • Levy G.L.40 – coastal patrol flying boat (1917)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-10 – reconnaissance floatplane (1922)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-13 – twin-engined flying boat (1922)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-10 – three-engined 12-passenger flying boat (1926)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-18 – two-seat flying boat (1928)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-22 – mailplane flying boat (1931)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-23 – single-engined coastal patrol amphibious flying boat (1930)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-24 – 10-passenger commercial flying boat (1929)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-25 – five-seat torpedo bomber reconnaissance floatplane (1928)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-27 – long-range mail carrying flying boat (1930)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-43 – reconnaissance floatplane (1934)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-46 – long-range maritime bomber/reconnaissance floatplane (1936)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-47 – commercial passenger/mail flying boat (1936)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-190 – seven-seat flying boat (1926)
  • Lioré-et-Olivier H-246 – four-engined transport flying boat (1937)
  • LISA Akoya – Two-seat hydrofoil ultralight (2011)
  • Loire 50 – communication flying boat (1931)
  • Loire 60 – three-engined liaison/communication flying boat (1932)
  • Loire 70 – eight-seat long-range reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1933)
  • Loire 102 Bretagne – passenger/mail flying boat (1936)
  • Loire 130 – three-seat general purposes flying boat (1934)
  • Loire 210 – catapult-launched fighter seaplane (1935)
  • Loire-Nieuport LN.10 – twin engine floatplane (1939)
  • Morane-Saulnier G – twin-float monoplane racing version, Schneider Cup racer (1912)
  • Nieuport IV.H – twin-float monoplane racing version (1912)
  • Nieuport VI.H – twin-float monoplane reconnaissance version (1913)
  • Nieuport X.H – twin-float racing/reconnaissance monoplane version (1913)
  • Nieuport-Delage Ni-D 29 H – twin-float racing version for Schneider Cup (1919)
  • Nieuport-Delage NiD 43 – seaplane fighter (1925)
  • Nieuport-Delage NiD 450, 650, 651 and 652 – twin-float racing seaplanes for Schneider Cup (1930)
  • Nord 1400, 1401 and 1402 Noroit – maritime reconnaissance and air-sea rescue flying boat (1949)
  • Potez 450 – seaplane catapult fighter (1932)
  • Potez-CAMS 141 – four-engined maritime reconnaissance flying boat (1938)
  • Potez-CAMS 161 – experimental six-engined flying boat (1930s)
  • SCAN 20 – flying boat trainer (1945)
  • SNCAO 30 – flying boat trainer (1938)
  • SNCASE SE-400 – coastal patrol floatplane (1939)
  • SNCASE SE-1210 - experimental flying boat (1949)

Germany

  • Albatros W.4 – single-seat floatplane fighter (1916)
  • Albatros W.8 – two-seat floatplane (1918)
  • Albatros L102W - floatplane trainer (1932)
  • Arado SSD I - biplane catapult-capable floatplane fighter (1930)
  • Arado W II – two-seat twin-engine monoplane floatplane trainer (1928)
  • Arado Ar 66 - training biplane floatplane variant (1932)
  • Arado Ar 95 – two-seat coastal patrol and light attack floatplane (1937)
  • Arado Ar 196 – two-seat shipboard and coastal patrol floatplane (1937)
  • Arado Ar 199 - two seat floatplane trainer (1939)
  • Arado Ar 231 – single-seat u-boat reconnaissance floatplane (1941)



  • Heinkel HE 1 – reconnaissance floatplane (1921)
  • Heinkel HE 2 – reconnaissance floatplane (1923)
  • Heinkel HE 3 – sport floatplane version (1923)
  • Heinkel HE 4 – floatplane (1926)
  • Heinkel HE 5 – reconnaissance floatplane (1926)
  • Heinkel HE 8 – reconnaissance floatplane (1927)
  • Heinkel HD 9 – floatplane (1928)
  • Heinkel HE 12 – catapult-launched mailplane floatplane (1929)
  • Heinkel HD 14 – torpedo-carrying floatplane (1925)
  • Heinkel HD 16 – torpedo-carrying floatplane (1928)
  • Heinkel HD 18 – sport floatplane (1925)
  • Heinkel HE 24 – floatplane trainer (1926)
  • Heinkel HE 25 – single seat reconnaissance floatplane (1925)
  • Heinkel HE 26 – reconnaissance floatplane (1925)
  • Heinkel HE 31 – reconnaissance floatplane (1927)
  • Heinkel HE 42 – seaplane trainer (1931)
  • Heinkel He 50 - floatplane dive bomber version (1931)
  • Heinkel He 51 - floatplane fighter version (1933)
  • Heinkel He 55 – reconnaissance flying boat (1929)
  • Heinkel He 56 – reconnaissance floatplane (1929)
  • Heinkel He 57 – single engine cabin amphibious flying boat (1929)
  • Heinkel He 58 – catapult-launched mailplane floatplane (1932)
  • Heinkel He 59 – reconnaissance bomber floatplane (1931)
  • Heinkel He 60 – reconnaissance floatplane (1933)
  • Heinkel He 62 – reconnaissance floatplane (1932)
  • Heinkel He 114 - shipboard biplane reconnaissance seaplane (1936)
  • Heinkel He 115 – maritime reconnaissance floatplane (1936)
  • Heinkel He 119 – high-speed reconnaissance floatplane version (1936)
  • Junker F.13 - single engine airliner floatplane version (1919)
  • Junkers A 20/Ju 20 - single engine military floatplane (1923)
  • Junkers G 24 - trimotor transport floatplane version (1924)
  • Junkers W 33 - single engine transport floatplane version (1926)
  • Junkers W 34 - single engine transport floatplane version (1926)
  • Junkers Ju 46 - single engine shipborne catapult-launched floatplane (1932)
  • Junkers Ju 52 - single or three engine transport floatplane version (1930)
  • Klemm Kl 35bW - floatplane trainer
  • L.F.G V.19 Stralsund – submarine floatplane (1918)
  • L.F.G W – biplane floatplane - navalized Albatros C.Ia (1916)
  • L.F.G WD – biplane floatplane - navalized LFG Roland D.I (1917)
  • Lübeck-Travemünde F.1 – floatplane (1914)
  • Lübeck-Travemünde F.2 – floatplane (1917)
  • Lübeck-Travemünde F.4 – floatplane (1917)
  • Rohrbach Ro II – transport flying boat (1923)
  • Rohrbach Ro III – transport flying boat (1924)
  • Rohrbach Ro IV – transport flying boat (1925)
  • Rohrbach Ro V Rocco – twin-engined 10-passenger flying boat (1927)
  • Rohrbach Ro VII Robbe – flying boat (1926)
  • Rohrbach Ro X Romar – long-range commercial flying boat (1928)
  • Rumpler 4B 11 – reconnaissance floatplane (1914)
  • Rumpler 4B 12 – reconnaissance floatplane (1914)
  • Sablatnig SF-1 – two-seat floatplane (1917)
  • Sablatnig SF-2 – two-seat floatplane (1916)
  • Sablatnig SF-3 – two-seat fighter floatplane (1917)
  • Sablatnig SF-4 – single-seat fighter floatplane (1917)
  • Sablatnig SF-5 – two-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1917)
  • Sablatnig SF-7 – fighter floatplane (1917)
  • Sablatnig SF-8 – trainer floatplane (1918)
  • Zeppelin-Lindau (Dornier) Rs.I - patrol flying boat (destroyed by storm before being flown)
  • Zeppelin-Lindau (Dornier) Rs.II - patrol flying boat (1916)
  • Zeppelin-Lindau (Dornier) Rs.III - patrol flying boat (1917)
  • Zeppelin-Lindau (Dornier) Rs.IV - patrol flying boat (1918)

Italy

  • Bastianelli P.R.B. – transport flying boat (1921)
  • CANT 6 – maritime patrol flying boat (1925)
  • CANT 7 – trainer flying boat (1924)
  • CANT 10 – airliner flying boat (1925)
  • CANT 18 – trainer flying boat (1926)
  • CANT 22 – airliner flying boat (1927)
  • CANT 25 – fighter flying boat (1927)
  • Macchi M.39 – racing seaplane (1926)
  • Macchi M.40 – catapult-launched reconnaissance seaplane (1928)
  • Macchi M.41 – fighter flying boat (1927)
  • Macchi M.52 – racing seaplane (1927)
  • Macchi M.53 – reconnaissance seaplane (1928)
  • Macchi M.67 – racing seaplane (1928)
  • Macchi M.70 – light biplane floatplane (1929)
  • Macchi M.71 – fighter flying boat (1930)
  • Macchi MC.72 – racing seaplane (1931)
  • Maachi MC.73 Idro – training biplane – floatplane version (1931)
  • Macchi MC.77 – two-seat maritime reconnaissance flying boat (1935)
  • Macchi MC.94 – passenger flying boat (1935)
  • Macchi MC.99 – military flying boat (1937)
  • Macchi MC.100 – three-engined passenger flying boat (1939)
  • Militi M.B.1 – single-seat homebuilt flying boat glider (1967)
  • Militi M.B.2 Leonardo single-seat powered homebuilt flying boat glider (1970)
  • Nardi F.N.333 Riviera – light amphibious flying boat (1952)
  • Piaggio P.6 – catapult-launched seaplane (1927)
  • Piaggio P.6bis – catapult-launched flying boat (1927)
  • Piaggio P.7 – unflown racing hydrofoil seaplane (1929)
  • Piaggio P.8 – single-seat floatplane (1928)
  • Piaggio P.136 – "Royal Gull" five-seat amphibious (1948)
  • Polaris AM-FIB – two seat amphibious microlight flying boat (1986)
  • SIAI S.8 – two-seat reconnaissance flying boat (1917)
  • SIAI S.9 – reconnaissance flying boat (1918)
  • SIAI S.12 – reconnaissance bomber flying boat (1918)
  • SIAI S.13 – reconnaissance and fighter flying boat (1919)
  • SIAI S.16 – passenger or bomber-reconnaissance flying boat (1919)
  • SIAI S.17 – racing seaplane (1920)
  • SIAI S.19 – racing seaplane (1920)
  • SIAI S.21 – racing flying boat (1921)
  • SIAI S.22 – twin-engined racing flying boat (1921)
  • SIAI S.51 – racing seaplane (1922)
  • SIAI S.58 – fighter flying boat prototype (1924)
  • SIAI S.67 – fighter flying boat (1930)

Japan

  • Aichi AB-6 – prototype single-engined reconnaissance floatplane (1933)
  • Aichi E11A – night reconnaissance flying boat Laura (1937)
  • Aichi E13A – long-range reconnaissance floatplane Jake (1938)
  • Aichi E16A Zuiun – long-range reconnaissance floatplane Paul (1942)
  • Aichi H9A – twin-engined training flying boat (1940)
  • Aichi M6A Seiran – submarine-borne attack aircraft (1943)
  • Hiro H1H – maritime reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1920s)
  • Hiro H2H – maritime reconnaissance biplane flying boat (1930)
  • Hiro H4H – maritime reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1931)
  • Kawanishi E5K – medium-range reconnaissance seaplane (1931)
  • Kawanishi E7K – three-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1933)
  • Kawanishi E15K Shiun – reconnaissance seaplane (1941)
  • Kawanishi H3K – long-range flying boat (1931)
  • Kawanishi H6K – long-range maritime reconnaissance/bomber flying boat Mavis (1936)
  • Kawanishi H8K – long-range bomber/reconnaissance flying boat Emily (1940)
  • Kawanishi K-7 – commercial transport floatplane (1924)
  • Nakajima E4N – reconnaissance floatplane (1930)
  • Nakajima E8N – two-seat reconnaissance floatplane Dave (1934)
  • Shin Meiwa UF-XS – modified Grumman Goose for trials with PS-1 hull form (1962)
  • Shin Meiwa PS-1 – ASW flying boat (1967)
  • Shin Meiwa US-1A – Search & rescue flying boat (1974)
  • ShinMaywa US-2 – Search & rescue flying boat (2007)
  • Watanabe E9W – reconnaissance seaplane (1934)
  • Watanabe K6W – trainer floatplane (1937)
  • Watanabe K8W – trainer floatplane (1938)
  • Watanabe WS-103S – reconnaissance seaplane (1938)
  • Yokosuka E1Y – reconnaissance seaplane (1923)
  • Yokosuka E6Y - shipboard or submarine reconnaissance seaplane (1929)
  • Yokosuka E14Y – shipboard or submarine reconnaissance floatplane Glen (1939)
  • Yokosuka H5Y1 – twin-engined flying boat (1936)
  • Yokosuka K1Y – training seaplane (1924)
  • Yokosuka K4Y – primary trainer seaplane (1930)
  • Yokosuka K5Y1 – intermediate trainer floatplane version Willow (1930s)
  • Yokosuka Igo-Ko – training floatplane (1920)
  • Yokosuka Ro-go Ko-gata – two-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)

Norway

Netherlands

  • Fokker B.I & B.III – reconnaissance flying boat (1922)
  • Fokker B.II – reconnaissance flying boat (1923)
  • Fokker B.IV – transport flying boat (1928)
  • 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 (1935)
  • Fokker C.XIV-W – two-seat training/reconnaissance floatplane (1937)
  • Fokker F.VII – 8 passenger airliner/transport floatplane (as used by Amelia Earhart on her 1st transatlantic flight) (1924)
  • 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)
  • Fokker W.3 – floatplane version of M.7 (1915)

Poland

Romania

  • RAS-1 Getta – three-seat flying boat for training (1925)
  • IAR 818 H – single-engined utility float plane (1964)
  • SET 7H – single-engined reconnaissance float plane (1935)
  • S.T.C.-Savoia S.62bis – four-seat flying boat (1938)

Russia, CIS, USSR


  • Beriev Be-6 – maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1947)
  • Beriev Be-8 – utility amphibious flying boat, one with hydrofoils, on landing gear struts (1947)
  • Beriev Be-10 – jet-powered maritime patrol/reconnaissance flying boat (1961)
  • Beriev Be-12 Chaika – maritime patrol amphibian (1963)
  • Beriev Be-40/A-40 Albatross – jet powered amphibious flying boat (1986)
  • Beriev Be-103 – twin prop 6 passenger amphibian (2001)
  • Beriev Be-200 – amphibious jet flying boat (1998)
  • Beriev KOR-1 (Be-2) – two-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1935)
  • Beriev KOR-2 (Be-4) – two-seat reconnaissance flying boat (1940)
  • Beriev MBR-2 – short-range reconnaissance/bombing flying boat (1932)
  • Beriev MBR-7 – short-range reconnaissance/bombing flying boat (1937)
  • Beriev MDR-5 – long-range maritime reconnaissance/bombing flying boat (1937)
  • Beriev R-1 – experimental jet-powered bombing/reconnaissance flying boat (1952)
  • Chetverikov MDR-6 (Che-2) – three-seat coastal reconnaissance flying boat (1939)
  • Chetverikov OSGA-101 – three-seat experimental amphibian (1934)
  • Chetverikov SPL – two-seat submarine-borne reconnaissance flying boat (1935)
  • Chetverikov TA-1 – 10-seat light utility amphibian (1947)
  • Chernov Che-22 Korvet – 2 seat microlight homebuilt (1993); see variant VNS-41 Aircraft (2003–2005)
  • Grigorovich GASN – large torpedo bomber floatplane (1917)


  • Grigorovich M-1 – two-seat flying boat (1913)
  • Grigorovich M-2 – flying boat (1914)
  • Grigorovich M-3 – flying boat (1914)
  • Grigorovich M-4 – single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1914)
  • Grigorovich M-5, M-6 M-7 & M-8 – single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1915)
  • Grigorovich M-9 – single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1915)
  • Grigorovich M-10 – single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1916)
  • Grigorovich M-11 – fighter flying boat (1916)
  • Grigorovich M-12 – fighter flying boat (1910s)
  • Grigorovich M-15 – reconnaissance flying boat (1916)
  • Grigorovich M-16 – reconnaissance floatplane (1916)
  • Grigorovich M-19 – single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1918)
  • Grigorovich M-20 – single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1916)
  • Grigorovich M-23bis – single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1924)
  • Grigorovich M-24 & M-24bis – coastal reconnaissance flying boat (1922)
  • Grigorovich MK-1 – seaplane cruiser (1916)
  • Polikarpov MR-1 – floatplane (1918)
  • Shavrov Sh1 & Sh-2 – general-purpose amphibious flying boat (1929)
  • Shavrov Sh-3 – light transport amphibious flying boat (1936)
  • Shavrov Sh-5 – twin-engined survey amphibious flying boat (1934)
  • Shavrov Sh-7 – amphibious flying boat (1940)
  • Tupolev ANT-4 - twin engine torpedo bomber floatplane version (1925)
  • Tupolev ANT-8 – twin engine patrol bomber flying boat (1931)
  • Tupolev ANT-22 – 6 engine, twin hull flying boat (1934)
  • Tupolev MP-6 – twin engine floatplane (1923)
  • Tupolev MTB-1 – trimotor patrol bomber flying boat (1934)
  • Tupolev MTB-2 – 4 engine bomber/transport flying boat/amphibian (1937)
  • Tupolev TB-1P – twin engine torpedo bomber floatplane (1923)

Sweden

  • Saab 17 – single engine bomber-reconnaissance monoplane that could be fitted with floats (1940)

Ukraine

  • Aeroprakt A-24 Viking three-seat light sport amphibian

United Kingdom

  • Short S.19 Singapore III – six-seat general reconnaissance biplane flying boat (1934)
  • Short Mayo Composite
    • Short S.20 Mercury – flying-boat-launched four-engined long-range floatplane mail-carrier (1938)
    • Short S.21 Maia – seaplane-carrier four-engined flying boat (1938)
  • Short Scion Senior – four-engined nine-passenger floatplane (1935)
  • Short Empire – four-engined long-range commercial flying boat (1936)
  • Short Sunderland – four-engined long-range maritime reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1937)
  • Short S.26 – four-engined long-range commercial flying boat (1939)
  • Short S.30 Empire – four-engined long-range commercial flying boat (1936)
  • Short S.33 Empire – four-engined long-range commercial flying boat (1936)
  • Short Shetland – large military and commercial long range flying boat (1944)
  • Short Seaford – four-engined long-range maritime reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1934)
  • Short Sealand – passenger amphibious flying boat (1947)
  • Short S.B.7 Sealand III – seven-seat passenger amphibious flying boat (1948)
  • Short Admiralty Type 74 (1914)
  • Short Admiralty Type 166 – seaplane (1914)
  • Short Type 184 – torpedo-bomber floatplane (1915)


United States

  • Cessna AT-17 Bobcat - twin engine cabin monoplane variant (1939)
  • Cessna 170 - single engine 4 seat monoplane floatplane variant (1948)
  • Cessna 172 - single engine 4 seat monoplane floatplane variant (1956)
  • Cessna 180 'Skywagon' – single engine 4/6 seat monoplane utility floatplane variant (1952)
  • Cessna 182 'Skylane' – single engine 4 seat monoplane utility floatplane variant (1956)
  • Cessna 185 'Skywagon' - single engine 4 seat monoplane utility floatplane variant (1960)
  • Cessna 190 - single radial engined 5 seat monoplane floatplane variant (1945)
  • Cessna 206 – 6 seat monoplane utility floatplane variant (1962)
  • Cessna 208 Caravan - single engine utility transport monoplane variant (1982)
  • Colonial Skimmer – model C-1 and C-2 were both 2-person flying boats (early 1960s)
  • Curtiss CR-3 & 4 – biplane Schneider floatplane racers (1923)
  • Curtiss CT-1 - twin engine floatplane torpedo bomber (1921)
  • Curtiss Model 2 – reconnaissance biplane floatplane (1915)
  • Curtiss N-9 – single-engined floatplane trainer (1916)
  • Curtiss H-12 – maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1916)
  • Curtiss H-16 – maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1917)
  • Curtiss HS – single-engined coastal patrol flying boat (1917)
  • Curtiss Model E - sport/racing floatplane (1911)
  • Curtiss Model F - single engine 2 seat flying boat (1912)
  • Curtiss Model K - single engine flying boat (1915)
  • Curtiss NC – long-range flying boat (1919)
  • Curtiss SC Seahawk – single seat scout or ASW floatplane (1944)
  • Curtiss SOC Seagull – two-seat scout observation floatplane (1934)
  • Curtiss SO3C Seamew - scout observation floatplane (1939)
  • Curtiss-Wright CA-1 Commuter - 5 seat amphibian (1935)
  • Dayton-Wright FP.2 – twin-float forest patrol aircraft (1922)
  • Douglas DF – commercial long-range flying boat (1936)
  • Douglas Dolphin – transport and observation amphibian (1931)
  • Douglas DT – two-seat biplane torpedo-bomber (1921)
  • Douglas DWC World Cruiser – long-range biplane floatplane version - first flight around world (1923)
  • Douglas PD – maritime patrol flying boat (1929)
  • Douglas Sinbad – flying boat prototype for Douglas Dolphin (1930)
  • Douglas T2D – torpedo bomber biplane floatplane (1927)
  • Douglas YOA-5 - reconnaissance/bomber amphibian (1935)
  • Eastman E-2 Sea Rover - 2-3 seat single engine flying boat (1928)
  • Edo OSE-1 – single-seat multirole floatplane (1946)
  • Elias EM – biplane floatplane (1922)
  • Elias EO – biplane floatplane (1922)
  • Grumman Duck – utility amphibian (1933)
  • Grumman Goose – amphibious transport (1937)
  • Grumman Widgeon – five-seat transport amphibian (1940)
  • Grumman Mallard – amphibious flying boat (1946)
  • Grumman Albatross – amphibious military and 28 passenger commercial flying boat (1947)
  • Hall Air Boat – biplane flying boat
  • Hall PH – patrol/rescue flying boat (1931)
  • Huff-Daland HN – training floatplane (1920s)
  • Hughes H-4 Hercules – 'Spruce Goose' prototype large military transport flying boat (1947)
  • ICON A5 – concept for light sport amphibious aircraft (2008)
  • Independent Aircraft Sea Dragon – light-sport homebuilt composite amphibious aircraft (19)[3]
  • Keystone Air Yacht – eight-seat biplane amphibian (1930)
  • Lake LA-4 series – LA-4, LA-4-200, LA-4-200EP, LA-250, and LA-270T, 4- and 6-passenger flying boats
  • Loening 1911 monoplane flying boat
  • Loening 1917
  • Loening Model 23 Air yacht – (1922)
  • Loening S-1 Air Yacht – (1922)
  • Loening Air Yacht – (1928)
  • Loening Amphibian – (1923)
  • Loening C-1
  • Loening C-2 Air yacht – amphibious biplane airliner (1928)
  • Loening C-4/Keystone-Loening K-85 - amphibious biplane airliner (1928)
  • Loening C-5
  • Loening C-6/Keystone-Loening K-84 'Commuter' amphibious biplane airliner (1926)
  • Loening Duckling 1918
  • Loening Duckling 1929
  • Loening LS
  • Loening M-2
  • Loening M-3
  • Loening M-8S - fighter floatplane variant (1918)
  • Loening Monoduck
  • Loening OL & variants – amphibious reconnaissance biplane (1923)
  • Loening SL – submarine-launched flying boat (1931)
  • Loening S2L
  • Piper J-3 Cub - single-engined 2 seat monoplane floatplane variant (1938)
  • Piper PA-12 'Super Cruiser' - single-engined 3 seat monoplane floatplane variant (1944)
  • Piper PA-18 'Super Cub' – single-engined 2 seat utility monoplane floatplane variant (1949)
  • Piper PA-20 Pacer - single-engined 4 seat monoplane floatplane variant (1949)
  • Piper PA-23 'Apache' - twin engine 4 seat cabin monoplane variant (1952)
  • Progressive Aerodyne Searey – two seat experimental amphibious flying boat kitplane (1990s)
  • Republic RC-1 – three-seat prototype amphibian (1945)
  • Republic RC-3 Seabee – four-seat amphibian (1945)
  • Rocheville Arctic Tern – a.k.a. EMSCO Arctic Tern (1932)
  • SeaMax M-22 – two-seat flying boat (2001)
  • Seawind 300C – Single engine amphibious flying boat (1993)

Vietnam

  • VNS-41 Aircraft (2003–2005) – based on Che-22 Korvet (1993)

Yugoslavia

  • Aero 2H – two-seat primary trainer floatplane (1946)
  • Ikarus ŠM – biplane flying boat (1920s)
  • Ikarus IM – reconnaissance flying boat (1920s)
  • Ikarus IO – reconnaissance flying boat (1927)
  • Ikarus Kurir H – reconnaissance and utility floatplane (1957)
  • Fizir AF-2 – flying boat (1933)
  • Fizir F1M – two-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1930)
  • Fizir FN-H – two-seat training floatplane (1931)
  • Rogožarski PVT – two-seat advanced trainer floatplane (1934)
  • Rogožarski SIM-XII-H – primary trainer floatplane (1936)
  • Rogožarski SIM-XIV-H – coastal reconnaissance floatplane (1940)

References

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