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Mark Marino of the Duluth Aviation Institute (from left), Cirrus Aircraft President Patrick Waddick and Tom Betts of the aviation institute visit next to the Lark of Duluth bi-wing flying boat before a news conference at the Duluth International Airport in December 2013. The plane is a replica of the Benoist Type XIV flying boat that flew in Duluth 100 years ago. (2013 file / News Tribune)

Lark of Duluth replica to be featured at Wisconsin airshow

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A replica of the Lark of Duluth will be placed on display at the nation’s largest airshow this summer.

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