Boeing Flying Boats
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1916
Boeing B & W
(Bill Boeing & Westervelt)
Westervelt was a naval engineer who helped design the plane
Boeing had a Replica built in 1966

1919
Boeing B1


1928-29
Boeing204




U.S.
Boeing 314
Clipper
(Dixie, Yankee, China etc)
Early models had only two vertical stabilizers (fins) - later went to three.
The Model 314 was a combination of the Wellwood E. Beall's design and the Boeing XB-15 bomber. The aircraft first flew on June 7, 1938. A total of 12 aircraft were built of which, the last one was retired in 1951. To the public, China Clipper became a generic name and originally was applied to all three of the Martin M-130's in Pan Am's fleet and, later, even to the Boeing B-314's.
Boeing 314 Description Sheet













1942
Boeing
PBB SeaRanger
Only one prototype ever built.


 
 

 


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