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Boeing B&W


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The B&W was the first aircraft designed and built by William Boeing.  Working with Cmdr Conrad Westerveld (USN), Boeing based the B&W on the Martin T.A. trainer, most importantly with an improved wing and twin-pontoon.  The first flight was made by Boeing on 15 June 1916.

Two B&Ws were built.  Both were sold to the New Zealand government.

     
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Type: two-seat floatplane
Engine: one 125 hp (93 kW) Hall-Scott A-5 inline-6 piston engine.
B&W: initial designation (Boeing & Westerveld)
Model 1: also known as
     

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