Mason Aircraft Company
|Industry||Aircraft Modification and Manufacturer|
Mason Aircraft Company was an American aircraft manufacturer of the late 1920s and 1930s.
Mason Aircraft Company was founded by Monty G. Mason of Los Angeles, California. Mason modified a 1928 custom aircraft built by students of the California Polytechnic State University into an aerial broadcasting booth for NBC with the call sign KHRCX. The aircraft was also equipped with fuel tanks for a 1934 non-stop aerial refueling record attempt. On 29 April 1934, the aircraft crashed in a landing accident at Long Beach, California
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
|Mason Greater Meteor||1933||1||Aerial Broadcasting Aircraft|