|Fate||Merged to form British Aircraft Corporation|
|Founded||1933 (as Percival Aircraft Co.)|
|Headquarters||Luton, Bedfordshire, UK|
Hunting Aircraft was a British aircraft manufacturer, that produced light training aircraft and the initial design that would evolve into the BAC 1-11 jet airliner. Founded as Percival Aircraft Co. In 1933, the company later moved to Luton, UK. It was eventually taken over by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC) in 1960.
The company became part of the Hunting Group in 1944. Percival, who had resigned from the board to serve in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve during the war sold his remaining interest in the company at that point.
It changed its name to Hunting Percival Aircraft in 1954 and then to Hunting Aircraft in 1957.
In 1960 the company was taken over by the British Aircraft Corporation (BAC), itself formed earlier that same year through the merger of the Bristol Aeroplane Company, English Electric and Vickers-Armstrongs. BAC later became part of British Aerospace, now BAE Systems.
- Percival Aircraft
- Percival Gull IV
- Percival Gull VI
- Percival Vega Gull
- Percival Mew Gull
- Percival Q.6
- Percival Petrel
- Percival P.28 Proctor
- Percival P.40 Prentice
- Percival P.48 Merganser
- Percival P.50 Prince
- Percival P.54 Survey Prince
- Percival P.56 Provost
- Percival P.66 Pembroke
- Percival P.66 President
- Percival P.74 8-seat experimental gas turbine/tipjet powered helicopter
- P.87 fixed wing DC-3 replacement, not built
- Hunting Aircraft
- Hunting H.126 - an experimental STOL jet aircraft
- Hunting Percival P.84 Jet Provost
- Hunting H.107 - a airliner project started by Hunting, and evolved after the BAC take-over as the BAC 1-11)