|PASSENGER, FLOATPLANE||Virtual Aircraft Museum / USA / Sikorsky|
The one-off S-32 was a large fabric-covered metal biplane, with a 400hp Liberty engine, built for the Andean National Corporation, a subsidiary of Standard Oil Company, for extra-heavy duties in Colombia. It carried the pilot in the rear cockpit and two pairs of passengers in the forward cockpits. In landplane form it had a top speed of 215km/h and endurance of more than four hours, but was flown mainly on floats. Wing span was 17.78m and maximum weight 2450kg.