Cunningham-Hall Aircraft Corporation

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Cunningham-Hall PT-6F freighter preserved in a collection in Minnesota in 2006

The Cunningham-Hall Aircraft Corporation was an American aircraft manufacturer from its formation in 1928 to its closure in 1948.


The company was formed in 1928 at Rochester, New York. It was a combination of Randolph F. Hall, some former employees of Thomas-Morse Aircraft Corporation and James Cunningham, Son and Company who manufactured motor cars. The company built five different aircraft designs, most were only built in single numbers or no more than prototypes. The last design appeared in 1937 and the company concentrated on sub-contract component production before it was dissolved in 1948.

Aircraft designs[edit]

Cunningham-Hall GA-36 at Langley

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Popular Mechanics: 15. January 1930.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Part Work 1982-1985). London: Orbis Publishing.

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