Continental Aircraft Corporation
|Successor||Remington-Burnelli Aircraft Corp 1924|
|Headquarters||Amityville, New York|
Continental Aircraft Corporation was an American aircraft manufacturer based in Amityville, New York. The company also maintained offices at 120 Liberty Street, in New York. Continental's chief engineer was Vincent Burnelli, a future advocate of lifting body aircraft.
The company built the Christmas Bullet scout aircraft for the Cantilever Aero Company. Both prototypes suffered structural failure of their thin cantilevered wings, killing test pilots Cuthbert Mills and Allington Jolly.
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type||Note|
|Christmas Bullet||1918||2||Scout||built for the Cantilever Aero Company|
- Aviation: 397. 15 April 1918. Missing or empty
- "Continental Pusher Biplane". Aviation: 35. 1 February 1918.
- Paul Glenshaw (March 2012). "Or Die Trying". Air & Space Magazine.