Aeromarine 50 / Limousine
After the First World War, Aeromarine had completed over 300 aircraft. Production was centered around seaplanes for sport and commercial use. President Inglis M. Uppercu, marketed the seaplane based in its luxury interior.
The Aeromarine 50, also called the Limousine Flying Boat, was a luxury seaplane first flown in 1919 and introduced at the Chicago Air Show. The aircraft was a biplane seaplane with a two-pilot open cockpit and enclosed seating for three passengers. The 150hp Hispano Suiza engine was mounted in a pusher configuration.
The 50B was a fully enclosed variant (also called Cabin Flying Boat) with 180hp Aeromarine U-8 (>B-8) pusher. An undocumented 50-B-2 Limousine Flying Boat version was also built.
Other versions include 50-C, 50-L, and 50-S Limousine Flying Boat also known as Model 50-U8D; all-metal fuselage; 180hp U-8D or Hisso pusher. The model 50-S entered airline service with Aero Limited from New York to Atlantic City.
Aeromarine Airways also operated Model 50 flying boats.
50 / Limousine Flying Boat