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Scylla
Role Flying boat
Manufacturer Supermarine

The Supermarine Scylla was a 1920s British biplane flying boat built by Supermarine.

Design and development

The Scylla was designed by R. J. Mitchell, chief designer at Supermarine as an experimental wooden twin-engined biplane amphibian aircraft, in parallel with the Supermarine Swan design for a replacement for the Royal Air Force's Felixstowe F5s.[1]

Specifications

General characteristics Performance

See also

  • Felixstowe F5

References

  1. Andrews and Morgan 1987, p.87

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