By E. R. Johnson
This paintings is a finished, seriously illustrated background of the numerous flying boats and amphibious airplane designed and in-built the U.S.. it really is divided into 3 chronological sections: the early period (1912-1928), the golden period (1928-1945), and the post-war period (1945-present), with historic overviews of every interval. inside every one part, person plane forms are indexed in alphabetical order via producer or builder, with old historical past, technical requirements, drawings, and a number of pictures. Appendices disguise lesser recognized flying boat and amphibian varieties in addition to a variety of layout suggestions that by no means completed the flying level.
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This would be Vought’s one and only flying boat venture. 54 American Flying Boats and Amphibious Aircraft Loening Aeronautical Engineering Co. Grover C. Loening, one o f the great pioneers o f water-borne flight, became America’s first for mally educated aeronautical engineer upon receiving his M aster’s Degree in Aeronautics from Columbia University in 1911. After working for other firms, he formed the Loening Aeronautical Engineering Co. located in New York City in 1917. The company merged with Keystone Aircraft Co.
Five 204s are listed as having been built by Boeing in Seattle during 1928 and 1929, one o f which was delivered to William E. Boeing as a personal transport, and four are thought to have been completed by Boe ing Aircraft of Canada in Vancouver. One 204 was purchased by Western Air Express to be used on its Catalina Island route and an at least one other was employed by Western Canada Airways on over-water routes. One Canadian-built example, known as the C-204 Totem, was completed with monoplane wings and operated under Canadian registration.
Sumner at Curtiss Field in Garden City, New York. In 1931 it was reorganized as Amphibions, Inc. (an old spelling o f the term), and continued to produce aircraft at the same location until 1933, when it apparently ceased operations. Ireland N-l and -2 Neptune (1927) TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (N-2B) Type: 4 to 5-place civil amphibian. ) Powerplant: one 300-hp Wright R-975 J-6 Whirlwind 9-cylinder air-cooled radial engine driving a threebladed metal fixed-pitch propeller. Performance: max. speed 115 mph, cruise 90 mph; ceiling (not reported); range 400 mi.
American Flying Boats and Amphibious Aircraft: An Illustrated History by E. R. Johnson