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|DeHavilland Otter at the Vancouver Seaplane base. Note the Aircraft doing a water taxi SouthWest of the ref point.||02/01/2007||565|
|The seaplane airport north of Anchorage International Airport is said to be the world´s busiest seaplane port.|
There is one seaplane taking off (already posted here) plus dozens of seaplanes parked in the northern and north-eastern part of the lake as well as on solid ground to the south-west
|Vertical aerial photograph of Ford Island, taken 10 November 1941, with five battleships tied up along "Battleship Row" at the top of the image. USS Lexington (CV-2), a seaplane tender and a light cruiser are moored on the island's other (northwestern) side.|
Approximately 21 PBY patrol planes are parked at the Naval Air Station's seaplane base, in the upper right.
The bright diago...
|Seaplane just starting its takeoff.|
|A small seaplane is waiting for people taking a ride to see Hamburg from above!||11/09/2005||434|
|Seaplane Airport with a lot of funny colored seaplanes.||08/01/2005||517|
|On the seaplane base in Qingdao, standing 4 of the largest seaplanes which fly today.||06/15/2006||934|
|One can rent this seaplane for sightseeing skytours in Berlin.||08/26/2005||416|
|Loch Lomond Seaplanes is an airline based in Scotland. After receiving approval from the United Kingdom Civil Aviation Authority and Clydeport to launch services from Glasgow Seaplane Terminal, by Glasgow's Science Centre on the River Clyde in Glasgow city centre it's maiden scheduled service from Glasgow to Oban began in August 2007, making it Europe's first city centre seaplane service. It is...||11/12/2009||431|
|From this seaplane ramp Calderone escaped to the Bahama's.|
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|An undated Navy aerial photo showing Chambers Field at the top left, the new East Field at the bottom center, and the seaplane base at the top right.||05/04/2007||826|
|Vertical aerial photograph from 17,200 feet altitude, looking directly down on East Loch and on the Fleet Air Base on Ford Island. Taken on 3 May 1940, after the conclusion of Fleet Problem XXI, and just prior to the 7 May receipt of word that the Fleet was to be retained in Hawaiian waters.|
There are eight battleships and the carrier Yorktown (CV-5) tied up along the island's sout...