Next week, Europe’s largest general aviation exhibition will be held in the coastal town of Lake Constance. On Seaplaneinternational’s Facebook page I plan to live video on Wednesday.
Kamil Winek sent us this visitor post about this year’s Mazury Airshow with a lot of beautiful pictures.
The Gidroaviasalon was held in Gelendzhik in the territory of Beriev aircraft manufacturer testing and experimental base and Gelendzhik airport at the end of this September. Now we publish some photos of the factory photographer, Marina Lystseva. The Beriev BE-200…
Nancy M. Johnson sent great beautiful pics about Minnesota Seaplane Picnic, where over 300 people attended the Minnesota Seaplane Pilots Association’s Annual Pig Roast and Fly In two weeks ago.
Mazury Airshow, where the presentation was held in aircraft and seaplanes above the waterfront of the small town Gizycko in Poland last weekend. I sent seaplane questions to Chief Pilots Cooperation Team and co-organizer of Mazury AirShow, Jakub Fajfer, who…
101 seaplanes landed at EAA Aiventure Oshkosh last week, but Rutan SkiGull seaplane missed the festival, while I was looking forward SkiGull takeoff from the water.
Frank Seuffert built a more than two-meter wingspan radio remote-controlled two-storey historical passenger seaplane. The RC Do-214 Lufthansa elegant flight is shown in this video.
Today the Canadian aircraft manufacturer Viking Air Limited introduced the world’s first dedicated seaplane in the near 20 passenger category at the Singapore Airshow. In the picture you can see the Viking floats 400S will be sold a year’s time.
Week walked around the Internet a photo series from the beginning of the fifties. A former fighter Catalina has become a luxury yacht in the sky. This triggered my memories of old timer seaplane, I went twice to its board.
New Russian Chirok amphibious drone’s small version showed first time last summer. The black new seaplane unique feature was the Chirok’s air cushion is fully-retractable during flight and water and snow landing not open it. This week at the MAKS…