Category:Sikorsky S-39

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Sikorsky S-39 seen in Secret Agent X-9 (1945).

The Sikorsky S-39 was a single engine variant of the Sikorsky S-38. It has a single fin and could carry four passengers with a pilot. The type became famous when the film makers Martin and Osa Johnson used one of them alongside their Sikorsky S-38 during their african safari movies. One airframe were ordered by the United States Army Air Corps under the designation C-28.

29 Sikorsky S-39 were built.

This page lists all films that feature the Sikorsky civil S-39 or its C-28 military variant.

See also

Pages in category "Sikorsky S-39"

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