Graham-White Aviation Co.

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Claude Grahame-White was an early aviator.

Purchased land and developed aerodrome that was home to aviation schools and factories, including his own. Built succession of aircraft, mainly biplanes, including trainers built for RFC and RNAS. During WWI also built aircraft for several other manufacturers; postwar built luxury transporter and converted military bomber into airliner; business scrapped 1920.


Names Graham-White Aviation Co. Ltd.
Country Great Britain
City Herdon
Keywords military, biplanes
Started aero 1909
Ended aero 1920
Key people Claude Grahame-White
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