Cox-Klemin Aircraft Corporation

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Cox-Klemin Aircraft Corporation
Industry Aircraft Manufacturer
Founded 1921
Defunct 1925
Headquarters Long Island
Key people Charles Cox and Alexander Klemin

The Cox-Klemin Aircraft Corporation was an aircraft manufacturer on Long Island from 1921 to 1925.

It was founded by Charles Cox and Alexander Klemin (a professor at New York University) in College Point, New York.

The plant took over an ordnance in Baldwin, New York in 1924.[1]

Among the planes it built for the United States Army Air Service were:

The company filed for bankruptcy in 1925.

Grumman was to open its first plant in the Cox-Klemin facility in 1929.

References[edit]

  1. ^ A History in the Making: 80 Turbulent Years in the American General Aviation History - by Donald M. Pattillo - 1998 - (also available on print.google) ISBN 0-07-049448-7
  2. ^ aeroweb
  3. ^ Aeroweb ambulance