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Getting a pilot's license to fly float planes and sea planes is typically an add-on after a pilot gets a license to fly more traditional land aircraft, although its the same plane fitted with floats.

Getting a pilot's license to fly float planes and sea planes is typically an add-on after a pilot gets a license to fly more traditional land aircraft, although its the same plane fitted with floats.

Flying float planes and sea planes

Getting a pilot's license to fly float planes and sea planes is typically an add-on after a pilot gets a license to fly more traditional land aircraft, although its the same plane fitted with floats.

Short S.30 Empire (or: 'C-') Class flying boat 'Aotearoa' ZK-AMA (c/n: S.884). This was a longer-range variant of the S.23 (dimensionally identical, but with a higher MAUW and greater fuel capacity), referred to as a Mk IV New Zealand 'boat.  Originally registered as G-AFCY in the UK, this aircraft saw service New Zealand's Tasman Empire Air Lines ('TEAL').

Short S.30 Empire (or: 'C-') Class flying boat 'Aotearoa' ZK-AMA (c/n: S.884). This was a longer-range variant of the S.23 (dimensionally identical, but with a higher MAUW and greater fuel capacity), referred to as a Mk IV New Zealand 'boat. Originally registered as G-AFCY in the UK, this aircraft saw service New Zealand's Tasman Empire Air Lines ('TEAL').

Flying float planes and sea planes

Getting a pilot's license to fly float planes and sea planes is typically an add-on after a pilot gets a license to fly more traditional land aircraft, although its the same plane fitted with floats.

Getting a pilot's license to fly float planes and sea planes is typically an add-on after a pilot gets a license to fly more traditional land aircraft, although its the same plane fitted with floats.

Getting a pilot's license to fly float planes and sea planes is typically an add-on after a pilot gets a license to fly more traditional land aircraft, although its the same plane fitted with floats.

Supermarine S.6 racing seaplane

A Supermarine under construction, showing the Rolls-Royce R engine "Related to the later Griffon engine.

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US Navy Ventura and Catalina aircraft at an airfield in the Aleutian Islands, US Territory of Alaska, Sep 1943 Source United States National Archives Identification Code

U.S. Air Force Albatross sea plan

Getting a pilot's license to fly float planes and sea planes is typically an add-on after a pilot gets a license to fly more traditional land aircraft, although its the same plane fitted with floats.

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