|Industry||Aerospace, General Manufacturing|
|Founder||Henry Kleckler, William Chadeayne|
|Headquarters||Hammondsport, New York, United States|
Number of locations
|New York, Florida, North Carolina, Minnesota, and Mexico|
ASC started as an aircraft supply house selling surplus parts for Curtiss JN-4 aircraft flown after World War I. Once the supply of parts ran out, the company manufactured various aircraft components including radios and dirgible gondolas.
In 1927, The company renamed itself to Mercury Aircraft led by Joseph F. Meade, Sr. and Harvey Mummert. In 1928, Mercury came out with the two place all-metal aircraft, the T-2 Mercury Chic for $3500.
Mercury Corporation now operates in multiple locations around the world manufacturing custom and mass-production components
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
|Aerial Mercury Senior||1925||1||Single-engine mailplane|
|Aerial Mercury Junior||1925||at least 3||3-seat transport or mailplane|
|Mercury Chic T-2||1928||xx||Light aircraft|
|Mercury Kitten||1928||1||Light aircraft|
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- Charles R. Mitchell. Hammondsport and Keuka Lake. p. 42.
- "none". Popular Aviation: 2. May 1931.
- Kirk W. House. Hell-Rider to King of the Air: Glenn Curtiss's Life of Innovation. p. 84.
- "Mercury Corporation History". Retrieved 1 May 2012.
- "Aircraft Ma–Me:Mercury". Aircraft of North America 1903–2003. Aerofiles. Retrieved May 19, 2016.
- "The Mercury Jr.". Aviation. Vol. XIX no. 19. November 9, 1925. p. 682. (Registration required (. ))
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