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Sikorsky S-1 Sikorsky S-1

1910

Early in May 1910, Sikorsky wheeled the B.I.S.I out of its hangar on a windy ...

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The B.I.S.I (or S-1) was rebuilt as the S-2, with a new centre section, revised ...

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Sikorsky S-2

1910

Sikorsky S-2

Sikorsky S-3 Sikorsky S-3

1910

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The S-4 was shown in an aeronautical exhibition at Kharkov in the spring of 1911 ...

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Sikorsky S-4

1911

Sikorsky S-4

Sikorsky S-5 Sikorsky S-5

1911

With the S-5, Igor Sikorsky's fortunes began to change. Completed in late April 1911, with ...

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Availability of the 100hp Argus engine enabled Sikorsky to design the S-6 to seat three ...

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Sikorsky S-6

1911

Sikorsky S-6

Sikorsky S-5A Sikorsky S-5A

1912

In mid-summer 1912, the Russian Imperial Navy ordered the first of a series of seaplanes ...

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Igor Sikorsky's first monoplane, the S-7, combined wings, tail surfaces and landing gear from the ...

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Sikorsky S-7

1912

Sikorsky S-7

Sikorsky S-8 Malyutka Sikorsky S-8 Malyutka

1912

The S-8 Malyutka (baby) was a side-by-side two-seat trainer with 50hp Gnome engine. The lower ...

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The S-9 had the first plywood monocoque fuselage built in Russia. Known as the Kroogly ...

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Sikorsky S-9

1912

Sikorsky S-9

Sikorsky S-22 "Ilya Muromets" Sikorsky S-22 "Ilya Muromets"

1913

The "Russki Vityaz" formed a basis for development of the Ilia Muromets series of ...

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Following his first unsuccessful experiments with rotary-wing aircraft in ...

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Sikorsky S-21 "Russki Vityaz"

1913

Sikorsky S-21 "Russki Vityaz"

Sikorsky S-10 Sikorsky S-10

1913

Under the designation S-10, about sixteen production versions of the S-6B were built by the ...

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Developed from the larger and heavier S-9, the S-11 Polukroogly (half-round) had a conventional wooden ...

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Sikorsky S-11

1913

Sikorsky S-11

Sikorsky S-12 Sikorsky S-12

1913

The S-12 was built at the suggestion of George Yankovsky as a lighter, single-seat version ...

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During the First World War most Russian squadrons flew French-designed aircraft, many of them built ...

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Sikorsky S-16

1915

Sikorsky S-16

Sikorsky S-18 Sikorsky S-18

1915

Intended as a twin-engined fighter capable of inflicting heavy blows on enemy aircraft penetrating Russian ...

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Not much is known about the S-19, which had two 150hp Sunbeam engines in tandem ...

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Sikorsky S-19

1916

Sikorsky S-19

Sikorsky S-20 Sikorsky S-20

1916

The last of the RBVZ's First World War fighters, the S-20, embodied lessons learned from ...

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Sikorsky S-17

1916

Sikorsky S-17



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