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Dornier’s new-generation Seastar makes maiden sortie

Dornier Seawings flew its new-generation Seastar amphibian for the first time on 28 March from its base in Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany. ( More...

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Paul Wisgerhof 3
Looking at the photo in the accompanying article reminded me of a piston twin Dornier built in the late 1930s.
Ian Leighton 2
Nice to read a positive aviation story at the moment!
Brian Wilkes 1
Looks like the plane comes in PART 1 then PART 2!
chalet 1
I never understood Dornier's stubborness in designing "new" amphibian aircraft which are nothing more than the same old, inefficient designs of the 30s selling only a few units causing losses to the company in the tens of millions of dollars. Instead of splurging that money they should have invested in really new desigs having appeal and a market for.


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