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Brian Johnston, e-mail, 21.03.2012 17:32

In answer to Terence, yes. If you look at floatplanes from the earliest years, they generally had tail floats. I assume that given the low power of engines of the time they didn't have the ability to lift the size of float needed to hold a plane in what we now think of as the normal tail-up position.


Terrence Murphy, e-mail, 31.01.2012 20:32

Interesting. Are those floats on the tail, also?


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