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Harbor Aviation amphibian aircraft

hesham

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Hi,

http://www.harboraviation.com/design.html
 

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And;

http://www.harboraviation.com/About_Us.html
 

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Thanks first time I seen this site, I am always searching the internet for what's new in amphibious aircraft.

It seems they are going after the same niche as the Bell-Boeing BB-609, which is a commercial version of the V-22 and can land and takeoff from anywhere. I have not seen anything on current status of the BB-609.
 

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I worked on proposals approximately eight years ago was for the Bell/Boeing BB-609 which as I stated was a commercial version of the Bell/Boeing V-22. I guess maybe Boeing dropped out and Bell replace them with Agusta.

I'll check the internet for BA-609.

Thanks
 

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Thanks for this link, yes.
With a 4-seat twin-boomer and a 15-seat-twin-boomer... tri-hull
Surprisingly there is no nationality mention, so my conclusion is US...
 

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