Wing In Ground Effect (WIG) Vehicles
 

 
 
195?
WIG
Russian
Amphistar
Build by Pacific Technique Development in Moscow
Seats up to 6 people
80 Km/h
Russian Amphistar Article

1963
WIG
Lippisch
X112
Built at the Collins Hydrodynamic Laboratory



1966
WIG
Lippisch
X113
Built in conjunction with the Rhein-Flugzeugbau Company





19xx
WIG
Lippisch
X114







196?
WIG
Russian
Orlyonok A.90
Orlenok A.90.150
Built by TGKB & Sukhoi
100 - 150 Passengers at 400 km/h over range of 2,000 km

196?
WIG
Russian
VVA-14
Russian-VVA-14-mon94ag_vva14_12o
14 MIP M-62
Caspian Sea Monster
Built by Bartini & Beriev
360 km/h with a ceiling of up to 10,000 feet

(VVA-14 is VSTOL amphibian, utilizing WIG; VVA is Russian acronym for Vertikalno-Vzletayushchaya Amfibia (vertical take-off amphibian))

196?
WIG
Russian
Dingo
Build by TGKB & AeroRIK
Seats up to 4 people
275 Km/h for 850 kilometres at up to 12,000 feet ceiling

(TKGB = Central Hydrofoil Design Bureau located at Nizhnii Novgorod (Gorkii))

196?
WIG
Russian
Volga - 2
Build by Alekseev OKB
Seats up to 4 people
275 Km/h for 850 kilometres at up to 12,000 feet ceiling

19xx
WIG
Concept
Lippisch
Concept for large ramwing transport

2001
WIG
Australia
Concept
Seawing

Australia-Seawing Article

Seawing Website

 
 


 


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