Victor Aircraft Corp.
Established 1916 but failed to obtain any wartime contracts. Built four single-seat biplanes for designer Albert S. Heinrich, two scouts, known as Heinrich Pursuits, 1917, and two advanced trainers, 1918, apparently provided to the U.S. Army Air Service.
Key people: Albert S. Heinrich, designer; at this time, Heinrich was president of A. S. Heinrich Corp.
According to the New York Times, June 18, 1918, the A. S. Heinrich Corp. changed its name to Victor Aircraft Corp. This suggests a buy-out by Heinrich of Victor Aircraft Corp. and a dissolution of A. S. Heinrich Corp.
- Gunston, 1993, p317, 145
- Gunston, 2005, p484, 213
- SD295, 151
- 1908-1921 USAAS Serial Numbers
- NYTimes, 18 Jun 1918
|Names||Victor Aircraft Corp., A. S. Heinrich Corp.|
|City||Freeport, Long Island, NY|
|Key people||Albert S. Heinrich|