High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Sikorsky S-41 was
an amphibious flying boat airliner produced in the United States in
the early 1930s. Essentially a scaled-up monoplane version of the
Sikorsky S-38 biplane flying boat, Pan Am operated the type on
routes in the Caribbean, South America, and between Boston and
Halifax. The S-41 had a parasol wing configuration, with two radial
engines mounted on struts between the fuselage and the wing. The
cabin was completely enclosed within the all-metal hull and could
seat 15 passengers.
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