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Anything to do with seaplanes and floatplanes...


…which may include the following:
(list from wikipedia)


Austro-Hungary

Lohner L - biplane flying boat (1910s)
Lohner R - photo-reconnaissance biplane flying boat (1910s)
Lohner S - training biplane flying boat (1910s)

Canada

Bombardier CL-415 - 1993, firefighting, amphibious
Canadair CL-215 - multi-purpose amphibian (1967)
Canadian Vickers Vancouver - transport flying boat (1920s)
Canadian Vickers Varuna - twin-engined flying boat (1927)
Canadian Vickers Vedette - three-seat flying boat (1924)
Canadian Vickers Vista - single-seat flying boat (1927)
Canadian Vickers Vanessa - four-passenger floatplane (1927)
Canadian Vickers Velos - survey floatplane (1920s)
Canadian Vickers Vigil - single-seat observation sesquiplane (1928)
De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver - Single radial engine floatplane variant (1947)
De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter - Single gas turbine floatplane variant (1951)
De Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin Otter - Twin gas turbine floatplane variant (1965)
Fleet 50K - general utlity biplane floatplane version (1930s)
Fleet 80 Canuck - two-seat touring aircraft floatplane version (1945)

China

Harbin SH-5 - People's Republic of China, 1976, Amphibious

Finland

Ecklund TE-1 - single-seat amphibian (1949)

France

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 (Unflown)
Besson H-3 - touring flying boat (1921)
Besson H-5 - transport flying boat (1920s)
Beeson H-6 - single-seat postal flying boat (1921)
Beeson LB - coastal patrol flying boat (1917)
Beeson MB.26 - two-seat reconnaissance/fighter floatplane (1925)
Beeson MB.35 - two-seat spotter/reconnaissance floatplane (1926)
Beeson MB.36 - transport flying boat (1930)
Beeson MB.410 - shipborne reconnaissance/fighter floatplane (1932)
Beeson MB.411 - shipborne reconnaissance/fighter floatplane (1935)
Blanchard BB-1 - racing flying boat (1924)
Blanchard Brd.1 - bomber/reconnaissance flying boat (1922)
Bleriot-SPAD S.XIV - single-seat fighter seaplane (1917)
Bleriot 290 - light amphibian flying boat (1931)
Bleriot 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 521 Bizerte - 8-seat long-range maritime flying boat (1933)
Breguet 522 - re-engined version of Breguet 521 (1930s)
Breguet 530 Saigon - civil version of the Breguet 521 (1935)
Breguet 730 - long-range maritime reconnaissance flying boat (1938)
Breguet 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)
Dewoitine HD.730 - two-seat observation/scout floatplane (1940)
Donnet-Denhaut DD.2 - flying boat (1910s)
Donnet-Denhaut DD.8 - coastal reconnaissance and patrol flying boat (1917)
Donnet-Denhaut DD.9 - flying boat (1910s)
Donnet-Denhaut DD.10 - flying boat (1918)
Donnet-Denhaut HB.2 - two-seat bomber flying boat (1910s)
Donnet-Leveque - sporting or reconnaissance flying boat (1912)
Donnet-Leveque Type A - flying boat (1912)
F.B.A-Leveque - flying boat (1910s)
F.B.A Type A - coastal patrol flying boat (1913)
F.B.A Type B - coastal patrol flying boat (1915)
F.B.A Type C - coastal patrol flying boat (1910s)
F.B.A Type H - coastal patrol flying boat (1920s)
F.B.A Type S - coastal patrol flying boat (1917)
F.B.A Type 10 - reconnaissance amphibian (1922)
F.B.A Type 11 - training flying boat (1923)
F.B.A Type 12 - two-seat training flying boat (1920s)
F.B.A Type 13 - two-seat training flying boat (1920s)
F.B.A Type 16 - training flying boat (1920s)
F.B.A Type 17 - two-seat training flying boat (1920s)
F.B.A Type 19 - two-seat bomber seaplane (1924)
F.B.A Type 21 - four-passenger commercial amphibian flying boat (1925)
F.B.A Type 290 - four-seat liaison and VIP transport amphibian flying boat (1930)
F.B.A Type 310 - three-seat tourer flying boat (1930)
Fabre Hydravion - experimental floatplane (1910) - first aircraft to take off from water under its own power.
Fabre Le Canard ' Duck ' - Henri Fabre, first seaplane flight, 1910
Farman F.50 - flying boat (1920s)
Farman F.51 - martime reconnaissance flying boat (1922)
Farman F.60 Torp - torpedo carrying floatplane version (1920s)
Farman F.166 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1928)
Farman F.167 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1928)
Farman F.168 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1928)
Farman F.271 - bomber/torpedo bomber floatplane version (1934)
Farman NC.470 - six-seat trainer and coastal reconnaissance floatplane (1938)
Farman NC.471 - six-seat trainer and coastal reconnaissance floatplane (1938)
Gordou 120 HY - two-seat shipboard observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-710 - 10-passenger flying boat (1934)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-810 - observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-811 - observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-812 - observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-813 - observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-820 - observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-821 - observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-830 - two-seat shipboard observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-831 - two-seat shipboard observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre GL-832 - two-seat shipboard observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre L-2 - observation/reconnaissance floatplane (1926)
Gordon-Leseurre LGL-32 - fighter floatplane version (1930s)
Gordou-Leseurre M-2 - patrol flying boat (1926)
Hanriot HD.2 - single-seat fighter floatplane (1918)
Latécoère 15 - twin-engined floatplane version (1924)
Latécoère 21 - twin-engined flying boat (1926)
Latécoère 21 - twin-engined flying boat (1927)
Latécoère 32 - twin-engined commercial flying boat (1928)
Latécoère 34 - three-engined commercial flying boat (1930)
Latécoère 44 - three-seat torpedo-bomber floatplane (1931)
Latécoère 50 - three-engined flying boat (1931)
Latécoère 290 - three-seat torpedo-bomber floatplane (1931)
Latécoère 293 - three-seat torpedo-bomber floatplane (1931)
Latécoère 294 - three-seat torpedo-bomber floatplane (1931)
Latécoère 296 - three-seat torpedo-bomber floatplane (1931)
Latécoère 298 - three-seat torpedo-bomber-reconnaissance seaplane (1936)
Latécoère 300 - four-engined flying boat (1931)
Latécoère 301 - four-engined flying boat (1935)
Latécoère 302 - four-engined long-range maritime reconnaissance flying boat (1936)
Latécoère 380 - twin-engined three-seat flying boat (1930)
Latécoère 381 - twin-engined three-seat maritime reconnaissance 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 amphibian 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)
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)
Nieuport-Delage Ni-D 450 - twin-float racing seaplane (1930)
Nieuport-Delage Ni-D 650 - twin-float racing seaplane (1931)
Nieuport-Delage Ni-D 651 - twin-float racing seaplane (1931)
Nieuport-Delage Ni-D 652 - twin-float racing seaplane (1931)
Nord 1400 Noroit - maritime reconnaissance and air-sea rescue flying boat (1949)
Nord 1401 Noroit - maritime reconnaissance and air-sea rescue flying boat (1949)
Nord 1402 Noroit - maritime reconnaissance and air-sea rescue flying boat (1949)
Potez 141 - four-engined maritime reconnaissance flying boat (1938)
Potez 160 - experimetal six-engined flying boat (1930s)
SCAN 20 - flying boat trainer (1945)

Germany

Albatros W.4 - single-seat floatplane fighter (1916)
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 231 - single-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1941)
Arado W II - two-seat seaplane trainer (1928)
Blohm & Voss BV 138 - reconnaissance flying boat (1937)
Blohm & Voss BV 222 - long-range transport/maritime reconnaissance and patrol flying boat (1940)
Blohm & Voss BV 238 - long-range multi-role flying boat (1945) - heaviest aircraft of World War II
Blohm & Voss Ha 139 - long-range mail, mine-sweeping and reconnaissance floatplane (1936)
Claude Dornier Sea Star - 1986, amphibious
Dornier Delphin - commercial flying boat (1920)
Dornier Do 12
Dornier Do 18 - four-seat coastal reconnaissance flying boat (1935)
Dornier Do 22 - three-seat utility floatplane (1938)
Dornier Do 24 - three-engined maritime patrol/search and rescue flying boat (1937)
Dornier Do 26 - transatlantic mail or coastal patrol flying boat (1938)
Dornier Do J - four-engined commercial flying boat (1922)
Dornier Do X - transoceanic flying boat (1929) - largest plane of its time (1930s) (Built in Switzerland and Italy)
Friedrichshafen FF.29 - two-seat floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.31 - floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.33 - reconnaissance floatplane (1914)
Friedrichshafen FF.34 - floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.37 - floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.39 - reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.40 - floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.41 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1916)
Friedrichshafen FF.43 - single seat fighter floatplane (1916)
Friedrichshafen FF.44 - floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.48 - floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.49 - reconniaissance floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.53 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1910s)
Friedrichshafen FF.59 - reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 1 - coastal patrol floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 2 - coastal patrol floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 3 - fighter floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 5 - floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 7 - floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 9 - floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 11 - floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 12 - floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 13 - twin-engined torpedo bomber floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 14 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 15 - floatplanes (1910s)
Gotha WD 20 - long-range reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 22 - long-range patrol reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)
Gotha WD 27 - long-range bomber/patrol floatplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg GDW - torpedo bomber floatplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg GNW - patrol floatplane (1914)
Hansa-Brandenburg GW - torpedo bomber floatplane (1916)
Hansa-Brandenburg KDW - single-seat fighter/scout seaplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg NW - patrol floatplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W - patrol floatplane (1914)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.11 - single-seat fighter/scout seaplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.12 - fighter seaplane (1917)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.19 - patrol flying boat (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.19 - fighter seaplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.20 - submarine-borne single-seat reconnaissance flying boat (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.25 - single-seat fighter/scout seaplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.27 - fighter seaplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.29 - two-seat fighter seaplane (1918)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.32 - fighter seaplane (1910s)
Hansa-Brandenburg W.33 - two-seat fighter seaplane (1918)
Heinkel He 1 - floatplane (1923)
Heinkel He 2 - floatplane (1920s)
Heinkel He 3 - floatplane or landplane (1920s)
Heinkel He 4 - floatplane (1926)
Heinkel He 5 - floatplane (1926)
Heinkel He 8 - floatplane (1927)
Heinkel He 9 - floatplane (1928)
Heinkel He 12 - floatplane (1920s)
Heinkel He 14 - torpedo-carrying floatplane (1925)
Heinkel He 18 - floatplane (1920s)
Heinkel He 24 - seaplane trainer (1920s)
Heinkel He 25 - floatplane (1925)
Heinkel He 26 - floatplane (1925)
Heinkel He 31 - floatplane (1927)
Heinkel He 42 - seaplane trainer (1931)
Heinkel He 55 - reconnaissance flying boat (1929)
Heinkel He 56 - floatplane (1920s)
Heinkel He 57 - amphibian (1929)
Heinkel He 58 - floatplane (1920s)
Heinkel He 59 - reconnaissance bomber floatplane (1931)
Heinkel He 60 - reconnaissance floatplane (1933)
Heinkel He 62 - floatplane (1920s)
Heinkel He 115 - coastal reconnaissance floatplane (1936)
Heinkel He 119 - high-speed reconnaissance floatplane version (1936)
L.F.G Stralsund V19 - supermarine-based floatplane (1910s)
L.F.G W - floatplane (1910s)
L.F.G WD - floatplane (1910s)
Rohrbach Ro II - flying boat (1920s)
Rohrbach Ro III - flying boat (1920s)
Rohrbach Ro IV - flying boat (1920s)
Rohrbach Ro V Rocco - twin-engined 10-passenger flying boat (1927)
Rohrbach Ro VI Robbe - flying boat (1920s)
Rohrbach Ro X Romar - long-range commercial flying boat (1930s)
Rumpler 4B 11 - reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)
Rumpler 4B 12 - reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)
Sablatnig SF 1 - two-seat floatplane (1910s)
Sablatnig SF 2 - two-seat floatplane (1910s)
Sablatnig SF 3 - two-seat fighter floatplane (1910s)
Sablatnig SF 4 - single-seat fighter floatplane (1910s)
Sablatnig SF 5 - two-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1917)
Sablatnig SF 7 - fighter floatplane (1910s)
Sablatnig SF 8 - trainer floatplane (1910s)

Italy

CANT Z.501 - reconnaissance bomber flying boat (1934)
CANT Z.506 - reconnaissance bomber and rescue floatplane (1935)
CANT Z.508 - heavy bomber floatplane (1936)
CANT Z.509 - transport floatplane (1937)
CANT Z.511 - long-range passenger and mail floatplane (1943)
Caproni Ca.310 Idro - civil twin-float seaplane (1930s)
Caproni Ca.316 - maritime reconnaissance floatplane
Caproni Ca.60
Fiat CR.20 Idro - single seat fighter floatplane version (1930s)
Fiat RS.14 - long-range maritime reconnaissance floatplane (1939)
Macchi L.1 - biplane flying boat (1910s)
Macchi L.2 - biplane flying boat (1916)
Macchi M.3 - two/three-seat flying boat (1916)
Macchi M.4 - flying boat (1917)
Macchi M.5 - fighter flying boat (1917)
Macchi M.6 - fighter flying boat (1917)
Macchi M.7 - fighter flying boat (1918)
Macchi M.8 - reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1917)
Macchi M.9 - reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1918)
Macchi M.12 - reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1918)
Macchi M.17 - racing seaplane (1919)
Macchi M.18 - three-seat reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1928)
Macchi M.19 - racing flying boat (1920)
Macchi M.24 - three-seat reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1923)
Macchi M.26 - fighter flying boat (1924)
Macchi M.33 - racing flying boat (1925)
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.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 (1930s)
Macchi MC.99 - military flying boat (1937)
Macchi MC.100 - three-engined passenger flying boat (1939)
Nardi F.N.333 Riveria - light amphibian flying boat (1952)
Piaggio P.6 - catapult-launched seaplane (1927)
Piaggio P.6bis - catapult-launched flying boat (1927)
Piaggio P.7 - unflown racing hydrofoil (1929)
Piaggio P.8 - single-seat floatplane (1928)
Piaggio P.136 - "Royal Gull" five-seat amphibian (1948)
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)
Savoia-Marchetti S.55 - long-range bomber reconnaissance flying boat (1920s)
Savoia-Marchetti S.56 - three-seat tourer/trainer amphibian flying boat (1924)
Savoia-Marchetti S.57 - reconnaissance flying boat (1923)
Savoia-Marchetti S.58 - reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1925)
Savoia-Marchetti S.62 - four-seat reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1926)
Sovoia-Marchetti S.66 - three-engined 22-passenger flying boat (1931)

Japan

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 - supermarine-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 E5K1 - 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 K8K1 - training seaplane (1938)
Kawanishi N1K1 Kyofu - floatplane fighter Rex (1942)
Mitsubishi F1M - two-seat patrol/reconnaissance floatplane Pete (1936)
Nakajima E2N - reconnaissance floatplane (1929)
Nakajima E4N - reconnaissance floatplane (1930)
Nakajima E8N - two-seat reconnaissance floatplane Dave (1934)
ShinMaywa UF-XS, US-Japan, 1962
ShinMaywa PS-1 - 1967, ASW flying boat
ShinMaywa US-1 - 1974, Search & rescue flying boat
ShinMaywa US-2 - 2007, Search & rescue flying boat
Watanabe E9W - reconnaissance seaplane Slim (1934)
Watanabe K6W1 - trainer floatplane (1937)
Watanabe K8W1 - trainer floatplane (1938)
Watanabe WS-103S - reconnaissance seaplane (1938)
Yokusuka E1Y1 - reconnaissance seaplane (1920s)
Yokusuka E6Y1 light reconnaissance seaplane (1920s)
Yokusuka E14Y - small reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)
Yokusuka H5Y1 - twin-engined flying boat (1936)
Yokusuka K1Y - training seaplane (1924)
Yokusuka K4Y - primary trainer seaplane (1930)
Yokusuka K5Y1 - intermediate trainer seaplane Willow (1930s)
Yokusuka Igo-Ko - training floatplane (1910s)
Yokusuka Rogo-Ko - two-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1910s)

Norway

Marinens Flyvebatfabrikk M.F.8 - training flying boat (1920s)
Marinens Flyvebatfabrikk M.F.9 - fighter flying boat (1925)
Marinens Flyvebatfabrikk M.F.10 - advanced training flying boat (1920s)
Marinens Flyvebatfabrikk M.F.11 - three-seat reconnaissance flying boat (1920s)
Marinens Flyvebatfabrikk M.F.12 - training flying boat (1920s)

Netherlands

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 (1925)
Fokker C.XIV-W - two-seat training/reconnaissance floatplane (1937)
Fokker T.II - three-seat bombing torpedo floatplane (1921)
Fokker T.III - floatplane (1920s)
Fokker T.IVA - four-seat torpedo bomber/reconnaissance floatplane (1927)
Fokker T.VIII-W - three-seat torpedo bomber/reconnaissance floatplane (1939)

Poland

Plage & Laskiewicz R-VIIIbis - coastal reconnaissance floatplane (1930s)

Russia, CIS, USSR

Beriev A-40 Albatross - world's largest, only 3 examples
Beriev Be-8.
Beriev Be-6, USSR, maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1947)
Beriev Be-8, USSR, utility amphibian flying boat (1947)
Beriev Be-10, USSR, jet-powered maritime patrol/reconnaissance flying boat (1961)
Beriev Be-12 "Chayka", USSR, maritime patrol amphibian (1963)
Beriev Be-40, Russia, 1986, Fan jet amphibious
Beriev Be-103, Russia, 1990s?, amphibious passenger, delta-wing
Beriev Be-112, Russia, 1990s?, amphibious
Beriev Be-200, Russia, 1998, amphibious
Beriev KOR-1 (Be-2), USSR, two-seat reconnaissance floatplane (1935)
Beriev KOR-2 (Be-4), USSR, two-seat reconnaissance flying boat (1940)
Beriev MBR-2, USSR, short-range reconnaissance/bombing flying boat (1932)
Beriev MBR-7, USSR, short-range reconnaissance/bombing flying boat
Beriev MDR-5, USSR, long-range maritime reconnaissance/bombing flying boat (1937)
Beriev R-1, USSR, experimental jet-powered bombing/reconnaissance flying boat (1952)
Chetverikov MDR-6 (Che-2), USSR, three-seat coastal reconnaissance flying boat (1939)
Chetverikov OSGA-101, USSR, three-seat experimental amphibian (1934)
Chetverikov SPL, USSR, two-seat submarine-borne reconnaissance flying boat (1935)
Chetverikov TA-1, USSR, 10-seat light utility amphibian (1947)
Grigorovich GASN, Russia, large torpedo bomber floatplane (1917)
Grigorovich M-1, Russia, two-seat flying boat (1913)
Grigorovich M-2, Russia, flying boat (1914)
Grigorovich M-3, Russia, flying boat (1914)
Grigorovich M-4, Russia, single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1914)
Grigorovich M-5, Russia, single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1915)
Grigorovich M-6, Russia, prototype flying boat (1910s)
Grigorovich M-7, Russia, prototype flying boat (1910s)
Grigorovich M-8, Russia, prototype flying boat (1910s)
Grigorovich M-9, Russia, single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1915)
Grigorovich M-10, Russia, single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1916)
Grigorovich M-11, Russia, fighter fying boat (1916)
Grigorovich M-12, Russia, fighter flying boat (1910s)
Grigorovich M-15, Russia, reconnaissance flying boat (1916)
Grigorovich M-16, Russia, reconnaissance floatplane (1916)
Grigorovich M-19, USSR, single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1918)
Grigorovich M-20, Russia, single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1916)
Grigorovich M-23bis, USSR, single-engined training or reconnaissance flying boat (1924)
Grigorovich M-24, USSR, coastal reconnaissance flying boat (1922)
Grigorovich M-24bis, USSR, coastal reconnaissance flying boat (1920s)
Grigorovich MK-1, Russia, seaplane cruiser (1916)
GST, USSR, 1939 based on Consolidated PBY Catalina (US)
Shavrov Sh-1 - general-purpose amphibian flying boat (1929)
Shavrov Sh-2 - general-purpose amphibian flying boat (1930)
Shavrov Sh-3 - light transport amphibian flying boat (1936)
Shavrov Sh-5 - twin-engined survey amphibian flying boat (1934)
Shavrov Sh-7 - amphibian flying boat (1940)

United Kingdom

AD Flying Boat - two-seat patrol/reconnaissance flying boat (1915)
AD Type 1000
Airspeed AS.30 Queen Wasp - pilotless target floatplane (1937)
Avro Type D - two-seat biplane floatplane (1911)
Blackburn B-20 - reconnaissance flying boat (1940)
Blackburn Iris - five-seat long-range reconnaissance flying boat (1926)
Blackburn Perth - five-seat long-range reconnaissance flying boat (1934)
Blackburn T.B. - two-seat zeppelin interceptor floatplane (1915)
Blackburn Type L - twin-float seaplane (1915)
Blackburn Velos - two-seat coastal defence seaplane (1925)
English Electric Ayr - three-seat coastal patrol flying boat (1924)
English Electric Kingston - reconnaissance flying boat (1924)
Fairey III - spotter/reconnaissance floatplane (1918)
Fairey Flycatcher - single-seat fighter floatplane (1922)
Fairey Freemantle - long-range reconnaissance biplane floatplane (1924)
Fairey N.4 - five-seat long-range reconnaissance flying boat (1923)
Fairey N.9 - two-seat experimental seaplane (1918)
Fairey N.10 - two-seat patrol seaplane (1917)
Fairey Pintail - two-seat fighter/reconnaissance biplane amphibian (1920)
Fairey Seafox - two-seat spotter reconnaissance seaplane (1936)
Felixstowe F.1 - fighter reconnaissance flying boat (1910s)
Felixstowe F.2 - reconnaissance flying boat (1917)
Felixstowe F.3 - Anti-submarine patrol flying-boat (1917)
Felixstowe F.5 - reconnaissance flying boat (1918)
Felixstowe Fury - long-range patrol flying boat (1910s)
Felixstowe Porte Baby - patrol flying boat (1916)
Gloster II - racing floatplane for 1924 Schneider Trophy (1924)
Gloster III - racing seaplane for 1925 Schneider Trophy (1925)
Gloster IV - racing seaplane for 1927 Schneider Trophy (1927)
Gloster VI - racing seaplane for 1929 Schneider Trophy (1929)
Gloster Goring - prototype bomber tested as a seaplane (1927)
Lakes Hydro-monoplane - floatplane (1913)
Lakes Seabird - floatplane (1912)
Lakes Waterbird - floatplane (1911)
Lakes Waterhen - floatplane (1912)
Norman Thompson N.T.2B - two-seat biplane training flying boat (1910s)
Norman Thompson N.T.4 - twin-engined flying boat (1910s)
Norman Thompson N.1B - prototype armed patrol flying boat (1910s)
Norman Thompson N.2C - twin engined flying boat (1918)
Phoenix Cork - reconnaissance flying boat (1918)
Saro A.7 Severn - flying boat (1930)
Saro A.14 - prototype flying boat (1930s)
Saro A.17 Cutty Sark - lightweight amphibious flying boat (1929)
Saro A.19 Cloud - twin-engined flying boat (1930s)
Saro A.21 Windhover - twin-engined flying boat (1930s)
Saro A.27 London - coastal patrol flying boat (1930s)
Saro A.33 - four-engined flying boat (1930s)
Saro A.37 - experimental reconnaissance flying boat (1939)
Saro SR.A/1 - turbojet fighter flying boat (1947)
Saro SR.45 Princess - large ten-engined commercial flying boat (1952)
Saro S.36 Lerwick - twin-engined reconnaissance flying boat (1940)
Saunders Kittiwake - amphibious flying boat (1920)
Saunders A.3 Valkyrie - three-engined military flying boat (1927)
Saunders A.4 Medina - passenger flying boat (1925)
Short N.2A - seaplane (1910s)
Short N.2B - seaplane (1910s)
Short N.3 Cromarty - flying boat (1921)
Short S.74 seaplane (1910s)
Short S.80 - twin-float seaplane (1910s)
Short S.81 - trials seaplane (1910s)
Short S.135 - seaplane (1910s)
Short S.1 Stellite/Cockle - small single-seat flying boat (1924)
Short S.5 Singapore - prototype reconnaissance flying boat (1920s)
Short S.8 Calcutta - three-engined commercial flying boat (1920s)
Short S.8/8 Rangoon - military flying boat (1930)
Short S.11 Valetta - survey floatplane (1930s)
Short S.12 Singapore II - prototype reconnaissance flying boat (1930)
Short S.14 Sarafand - six-engined long-range military flying boat (1932)
Short S.15 K.F.1 - prototype long-range flying boat (1931)
Short S.17 Kent - airmail flying boat (1931)
Short S.18 - monoplane flying boat (1930s)
Short S.19 Singapore III - six-seat general reconnaissance flying boat (1934)
Short S.20 Mayo Composite - seaplane-carrier four-engined flying boat (1938)
Short S.21 Mayo Composite - flying boat launched four-engined long-range floatplane (1938)
Short S.22 Scion Senior - four-engined nine-passenger floatplane (1930s)
Short S.23 Empire - four-engined long-range commercial flying boat (1936)
Short S.25 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 S.35 Shetland - large military flying boat (1944)
Short S.45 Seaford - four-engined long-range maritime reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1934)
Short S.A.6 Sealand I - passenger amphibian flying boat (1947)
Short S.B.7 Sealand III - seven-seat passenger amphibian flying boat (1948)
Short Type 166 - seaplane (1910s)
Short Type 184 - torpedo-bomber floatplane (1910s)
Short Type 310 - torpedo-bomber floatplane (1916)
Short Type 827 - reconnaissance/bomber floatplane (1920s)
Short Type 830 - reconnaissance/bomber floatplane (1920s)
Short Sandringham
Short Solent
Short-Bristol Crusader - racing seaplane (1927)
Supermarine Baby - fighter flying boat (1917)
Supermarine Channel - (1919)
Supermarine S.4 - Schneider Trophy racing seaplane (1925)
Supermarine S.5 - Schneider Trophy (1927)
Supermarine S.6 - Schneider Trophy (1931) - S.6B World speed record/first aircraft to exceed 400 mph
Supermarine Scapa - reconnaissance flying boat (1935)
Supermarine Scarab - reconnaissance/bomber flying boat (1924)
Supermarine Seagull - spotter/reconnaissance flying boat (1922)
Supermarine Seagull ASR-1 - Rolls Royce Griffon powered monoplane
Supermarine Seal - deck-landing fleet-spotting amphibian (1921)
Supermarine Sea Eagle - amphibian flying boat (1923)
Supermarine Sea King - fighter flying boat (1920s)
Supermarine Sea Lion - Schneider Trophy (1919)
Supermarine Sea Otter - reconnaissance air/sea rescue flying boat (1938)
Supermarine Southampton - reconnaissance flying boat (1925)
Supermarine Stranraer - reconnaissance flying boat (1936)
Supermarine Swan - 10-passenger flying boat (1920s)
Supermarine Walrus - spotter/reconnaissance flying boat (1936)
Vickers Valentia
Vickers Vanellus - fleet-spotter amphibian flying boat (1920s)
Vickers Viking - amphibian flying boat (1919)
Vickers Vulture - amphibian flying boat (1920s)
Wight Baby - single-seat seaplane (1910s)
Wight Converted Seaplane - bomber floatplane (1910s)
Wight Pusher Seaplane - floatplane (1910s)
Wight Seaplane - floatplane (1910s)

United States

Aeromarine 39A - two-seat training floatplane (1917)
Aeromarine 39B - two-seat training floatplane (1917)
Aeromarine 40F - two-seat flying boat trainer (1918)
Aeromarine 75 - 12-passenger commercial flying boat (1920s)
Aeromarine 700 - experimental floatplane (1917)
Aeromarine AS-1 - prototype two-seat seaplane scout (1920s)
Aeromarine AS-2 - two-seat seaplane scout (1920s)
Antilles Goose - proposed flying boat based on Grumman Goose
Aquaflight Aqua I Model W-6 - light passenger/cargo amphibian (1946)
Bellanca Model 77-320 - three-seat bomber/transport seaplane (1930s)
Benoist Air-Boat - lightweight two-seat flying boat (1913)
Boeing Model 1 - two-seat floatplane (1916)
Boeing Model 2 - two-seat floatplane (1917)
Boeing Model 3 - two-seat floatplane (1917)
Boeing Model 5 - two-seat floatplane (1918)
Boeing Model 314 Clipper - long-range flying boat transport (1939)
Boeing Model 344 (XPBB Sea Ranger) - very long-range maritime bomber/reconnaissance flying boat (1942)
Boeing Model 451 (L-15 Scout) - two-seat liaison/observation floatplane (1946)
Colonial Skimmer - model C-1 and C-2 were both 2-person flying boats (early 1960s)
Consolidated PBY Catalina - long-range maritime patrol-bomber amphibian/flying boat (1935)
Consolidated Commodore - 22-passenger commercial flying boat (1930) - tourist flights to Caribbean, Rio in early 30s
Consolidated PB2Y Coronado - long-range flying boat bomber (1937)
Consolidated NY-1 - two-seat primary training floatplane (1926)
Consolidated P2Y - five-seat patrol flying boat (1929)
Consolidated XP4Y - long-range maritime patrol flying boat (1939)
Convair F2Y Sea Dart - hydro-ski seaplane fighter prototype (1953)
Convair R3Y Tradewind - heavy transport turboprop flying boat (1950)
Curtiss Model 2 - reconnaissance biplane floatplane (1915)
Curtiss Model 5 (N-9) - single-engined floatplane trainer (1916)
Curtiss Model 6 (H-12) - maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1916)
Curtiss Model 6 (H-16) - maritime reconnaissance and bombing flying boat (1917)
Curtiss Model 8 (HS-1) - single-engined coastal patrol flying boat (1917)
Curtiss NC - long-range flying boat (1919)
NC-4
Curtiss Model 71 (SOC Seagull) - two-seat scout observation floatplane (1934)
Curtiss Model 97 (SC Seahawk) - single seat scout or ASW floatplane (1944)
Dayton-Wright FP.2 - twin-float forest patrol aircraft (1922)
Douglas DF - commercial long-range flying boat (1930s)
Douglas Dolphin - staff transport and observation amphibian (1930s)
Douglas DT - two-seat torpedo-bomber (1921)
Douglas DWC - long-range aircraft (1923)
Douglas PD - maritime patrol flying boat (1929)
Douglas T2D - torpedo bomber biplane floatplane (1927)
Douglas Sinbad - flying boat (1930)
Edo OSE-1 - single-seat multirole floatplane (1946)
Elias EM-2 - biplane floatplane (1922)
Elias EM-1 - biplane floatplane (1922)
Grumman Widgeon on Kodiak Island
Fairchild 91 - amphibian flying boat (1935)
Fairchild F-11 Husky - floatplane (1946)
Fleetwings Seabird - five-seat amphibian (1937)
General Aviation PJ-1 - patrol/reconnaissance flying boat (1931)
Goodyear GA-2 Duck - three-seat light amphibian (1944)
Grumman Duck - utility amphibian (1933)
Grumman G-21 Goose - light amphibian transport (1937)
Grumman G-44 Widgeon - five-seat light transport or coastal/ant-submarine amphbian (1940)
Grumman G-64 Albatross - general-purpose amphibian (1947)
Grumman G-73 Mallard - amphibian flying boat (1946)
Hall Air Boat - biplane flying boat
Hall PH-1 - rescue flying boat (1931)
Hall PH-2 - rescue flying boat (1936)
Hall PH-3 - rescue flying boat (1938)
Huff-Daland HN-1 - training floatplane (1920s)
Huff-Daland HN-2 - training floatplane (1920s)
Hughes H-4 Hercules - ("Spruce Goose") prototype large military transport flying boat (1947)
Keystone Air Yacht - eight-seat biplane amphibian (1930)
Keystone-Loening K-84 "Commuter" "Duck"
Lake Aircraft - LA-4, LA-4-200, LA-4-200EP, LA-250, and LA-270T, 4- and 6-passenger flying boats.
Loening various early military amphibious aircraft.
Martin 130 China Clipper four-engined long-range transport flying boat (1935) {China Clipper; Hawaii Clipper; Phillippine Clipper}
Martin 156 - four-engined long-range transport flying boat (1930s)
Martin 170 Mars - long-range transport flying boat (1942)
Martin PBM Mariner - twin-engined patrol flying boat (1939)
Martin P2M - three-engined prototype patrol flying boat (1920s)
Martin P3M - twin-engined patrol flying boat (1920s)
Martin P5M Marlin - twin-engined patrol flying boat (1948)
Martin P6M SeaMaster - four-engined turbo-jet mutli-role flying boat (1955)
Naval Aircraft Factory NF-11 - flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory NF-12 - flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory N3N Canary - two-seat primary trainer floatplane version (1935)
Naval Aircraft Factory PN-5 - patrol flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PN-6 - patrol flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PN-7 - patrol flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PN-8 - patrol flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PN-9 - patrol flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PN-10 - patrol flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PN-12 - five-seat patrol flying boat (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PT-1 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory PT-2 - torpedo bomber floatplane (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory TG-1 - gunnery trainer floatplane (1922)
Naval Aircraft Factory TG-2 - gunnery trainer floatplane (1922)
Naval Aircraft Factory TG-3 - gunnery trainer floatplane (1922)
Naval Aircraft Factory TG-4 - gunnery trainer floatplane (1922)
Naval Aircraft Factory TR-2 - single-seat racing and training floatplane (1923)
Naval Aircraft Factory TS-1 - single-seat fighter floatplane (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory TS-2 - single-seat fighter floatplane (1920s)
Naval Aircraft Factory TS-3 - single-seat fighter floatplane (1920s)
Northrop N-3PB - single-engined patrol bomber floatplane (1940)
Republic RC-1 - three-seat prototype amphibian (1945)
Republic RC-3 Seabee - four-seat amphibian (1945)
Seawind 300C - Single engine amphibious flying boat
SeaDragon - The First All-Composite Amphibious Aircraft Built for the Light-Sport Category.
Sikorsky S-36 - 8-seat two-engine flying boat (1920s)
Sikorsky S-38 - 8-seat two-engine flying boat (1928)
Sikorsky S-39 - five-seat single-engine variant of S-38 (1920s)
Sikorsky S-40 - 28-passenger flying boat (1931)
Sikorsky S-42 - four-engine flying boat (1934)
Sikorsky S-43 - two-engine version of S-41 (1935)
Sikorsky VS-44 Excalibur - four-engine commercial flying boat (1937)
Sun Lake Aircraft - range of light amphibious aircraft
Thurston Teal - two-seat lightweight amphibian (1960s)
Vought Kingfisher - two-seat observation floatplane (1938)

Yugoslavia

Aero 2H - two-seat primary trainer floatplane (1946)
Ikarus SM - biplane flying boat (1920s)
Ikarus IM - reconnaissance flying boat (1920s)
Ikarus IOM - reconnaissance flying boat (1927)
Rogozarski PVT - two-seat advanced trainer floatplane (1934)
Rogozarski SIM-X - primary trainer seaplane version (1936)
Rogozarski SIM-XIV-H - coastal reconnaissance floatplane (1940)

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