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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:3 June 1931
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A neat four-seater amphibian flying boat, the prototype of the FBA 290 series paid a visit to Helsinki not long after its first flight in April 1931. HM.4 is an aircraft class code and not part of the type designation in our opinion. Photo by: Aarne Pietinen / Finnish Heritage Agency
Registration / Serial:F-ALIM
Aircraft Version:Schreck FBA 290
C/n (msn):1379/1
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:3 June 1931
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:3 June 1931
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Photo ID:417285Submit Correction
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A neat four-seater amphibian flying boat, the prototype of the FBA 290 series paid a visit to Helsinki not long after its first flight in April 1931. HM.4 is an aircraft class code and not part of the type designation in our opinion. Photo by: Aarne Pietinen / Finnish Heritage Agency
Registration / Serial:F-ALIM
Aircraft Version:Schreck FBA 290
C/n (msn):1379/1
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:3 June 1931
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1930
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Photo ID:417276Submit Correction
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Aircraft of the German Airline Pilot School (DVS) flown by Walter von Gronau. Von Gronau and crew flew it from Sylt to New York City in 47 hours in August 1930 via the Faroes, Iceland, Greenland and Labrador. Earlier it was N-25 of Roald Amundsen, see other picture, and G-EBQO used by Frank Courtney. The flying boat was preserved in the Deutsches Museum in Munich in 1932 but badly damaged by Allied bombing in 1944. Photo by: Aarne Pietinen / Finnish Heritage Agency
Registration / Serial:D-1422
Aircraft Version:Dornier Do J Wal
C/n (msn):37
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1930
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1930
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Photo ID:417276Submit Correction
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Aircraft of the German Airline Pilot School (DVS) flown by Walter von Gronau. Von Gronau and crew flew it from Sylt to New York City in 47 hours in August 1930 via the Faroes, Iceland, Greenland and Labrador. Earlier it was N-25 of Roald Amundsen, see other picture, and G-EBQO used by Frank Courtney. The flying boat was preserved in the Deutsches Museum in Munich in 1932 but badly damaged by Allied bombing in 1944. Photo by: Aarne Pietinen / Finnish Heritage Agency
Registration / Serial:D-1422
Aircraft Version:Dornier Do J Wal
C/n (msn):37
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1930
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1 June 1929
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Photo ID:367385Submit Correction
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During the 1929 summer season the magazine Suomen Kuvalehti offered free rides in this aircraft at various places in Finland. The photo was taken at the start of the campaign at Helsinki's seaplane airport. Note the double (post) horn in the flag used by Aero O/Y. Photo from: Finnish Heritage Agency
Registration / Serial:K-SALF
Aircraft Version:Junkers F 13fe
C/n (msn):2011
Operator / Titles:Aero O/Y
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1 June 1929
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1 June 1929
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Photo ID:367385Submit Correction
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During the 1929 summer season the magazine Suomen Kuvalehti offered free rides in this aircraft at various places in Finland. The photo was taken at the start of the campaign at Helsinki's seaplane airport. Note the double (post) horn in the flag used by Aero O/Y. Photo from: Finnish Heritage Agency
Registration / Serial:K-SALF
Aircraft Version:Junkers F 13fe
C/n (msn):2011
Operator / Titles:Aero O/Y
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:1 June 1929
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:24 May 1928 to 31 December 1928
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Photo ID:355806Submit Correction
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Junkers F13 production ran from 1919 until 1932, then an unusually long time. K-SALG was delivered to Aero O/Y in May 1928. The aircraft was soon sent to Norway to take part in the search and rescue operations following the crash of the airship Italia. Photo by: Harald Rosenberg / Helsinki City Museum
Registration / Serial:K-SALG
Aircraft Version:Junkers F 13fe
C/n (msn):2012
Operator / Titles:Aero O/Y
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:24 May 1928 to 31 December 1928
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:24 May 1928 to 31 December 1928
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Photo ID:355806Submit Correction
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Junkers F13 production ran from 1919 until 1932, then an unusually long time. K-SALG was delivered to Aero O/Y in May 1928. The aircraft was soon sent to Norway to take part in the search and rescue operations following the crash of the airship Italia. Photo by: Harald Rosenberg / Helsinki City Museum
Registration / Serial:K-SALG
Aircraft Version:Junkers F 13fe
C/n (msn):2012
Operator / Titles:Aero O/Y
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:24 May 1928 to 31 December 1928
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City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:April 1931 to June 1936
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Photo ID:353061Submit Correction
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The seaplane to Stockholm. Operated by Aero O/Y from June 1926 until June 1935. Photo by: Sophie Petersen / National Museum of Denmark
Registration / Serial:OH-ALC
Aircraft Version:Junkers G24
C/n (msn):919
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:April 1931 to June 1936
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:April 1931 to June 1936
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Photo ID:353061Submit Correction
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The seaplane to Stockholm. Operated by Aero O/Y from June 1926 until June 1935. Photo by: Sophie Petersen / National Museum of Denmark
Registration / Serial:OH-ALC
Aircraft Version:Junkers G24
C/n (msn):919
City / Seaplane Base:Helsinki - Katajanokka Seaplane (closed)Map
Country:Finland
Photo Date:April 1931 to June 1936
Photo from:AirHistory.net Photo Archive