Eleven-fifteen-passenger commercial amphibian powered by two 559kW Pratt & Whitney Hornet engines and known as the Baby Clipper as a smaller version of the S-42. Production aircraft went into service with Pan American Airways and a number of other airlines for operations in Norway, West Africa, Russia, China, Hawaiian and Philippine islands and South America. The US Navy/ Marine Corps and USAAC also used the type as a general-purpose aircraft.
| ENGINE||2 x 750hp Pratt-Whitney "Hornet"|
| Take-off weight||8662 kg||19097 lb|
| Wingspan||26.21 m||86 ft 0 in|
| Length||15.60 m||51 ft 2 in|
| Height||5.38 m||18 ft 8 in|
| Max. speed||306 km/h||190 mph|
| Ceiling||6310 m||20700 ft|
| Range||1247 km||775 miles|
|Jerry Šenfluk, e-mail, 17.09.2014 15:20|
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|STU SAMMIS, e-mail, 12.08.2010 21:40|
An example of this plane is in Storage at the Smithsonian Silver Hill Resoration facility. I believer it was one which survived the Pearl Harbor attack
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|David Bartlett, e-mail, 21.05.2009 22:42|
Jess- horsepower is directly convertable to Kilowatts. 559kw is the same as 750 hp.
|Eu, e-mail, 23.12.2008 14:11|
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|Michael Shawn, e-mail, 08.10.2008 14:08|
Couldn't help but marvel at your beautiful plane. Is this the same airplane that was parked in Pearland Texas in the late 80's and early 90's?
|Jess Bootenhoff, e-mail, 02.05.2008 00:22|
I am the captain of the pictured S-43 aircraft,N-440. What is a 559kw engine ?
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