The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea

The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea


The world’s greatest aviation celebration, EAA AirVenture Oshkosh opened its doors to the public on July 26 2010, and one of the highlights includes the Dornier Seaplane Company’s new Seastar CD2 amphibious flying boat. The first amphibious aircraft from Dornier took its first flight on July 12, 1929 CD2, and thereafter the financially strapped Dornier Company could no longer operate it. But the company is back with its new CD2 Seastar, a twin engine, 12 passenger FAA/EASA certified all-composite, corrosion resistant amphibian, capable of landing on runways or 2 ½ foot seas and cruises up to 180KTAS. The amphibian aircraft is powered by a pair of 650 horsepower Pratt & Whitney turbine engines, and can carry more than 3,000 pounds at more than 200 miles per hour. Priced at $6 million, the Seastar CD2 is the most advanced seaplane in the world (40-60 knots faster than its competition), and it also offers the most luxurious cabin in its class with ergonomically designed seating and an optional fully enclosed lavatory. You can choose from a wide choice of premium quality leathers, wood veneers, metal plating to suit your individual taste.

The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea

The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea

The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea

The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea

The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea

The CD2 Amphibious Aircraft Travels by Air and Sea

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