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  2. Hughes Aircraft Company - Wikipedia

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    Hughes Aircraft was one of many aerospace and defense companies which flourished in Southern California during and after World War II and was at one time the largest employer in the area. Yet, employment had dropped to 800 by 1947.

  3. Hughes Aircraft Company - Hughes Historic District

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    Howard Hughes founded the Hughes Aircraft Company in 1932 as a subsidiary of Hughes Tool Company, a venture that was born primarily out of his passion for aviation racing. It first operated out of a rented hangar in Burbank, but soon outgrew this facility, so Hughes expanded operations to the Grand Central Terminal in Glendale.

  4. Hughes is approved by the FAA as a Part 97 Public Service Provider as well as ICAO Endorsed, and certificated by many governments worldwide. Hughes operates its own fleet of aircraft & UAS for Flight Inspection & Aerial Survey. Hughes has always accepted challenges presented by our customers for innovative, effective airspace solutions.

  5. Remembering Hughes Aircraft Company: How Howard Hughes Became ...

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    Formally incorporating the Hughes Aircraft Company as a division of the Hughes Tool Company in 1932, the pair spent the next two years flying around the US, testing out Glenn’s ideas, before designs were finally put on paper in 1934 with the help of Glenn’s friend, Richard Palmer.

  6. Hughes Aircraft Company | American corporation | Britannica

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    In Howard Hughes: Aviation, the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and Las Vegas In 1932 he founded the Hughes Aircraft Company in Culver City, California. On September 12, 1935, in an airplane of his own design, he established the world’s landplane speed record of 352.46 miles (567.23 km) per hour.

  7. Hughes Aircraft Company

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    The Hughes Aircraft Company was sold to General Motors for $4 billion, the proceeds of which funded the Howard Hughes Medical Institute in Chevy Chase Maryland, and is now the wealthiest charitable trust in the world with assets of nearly $13 billion.

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  8. HUGHES AIRCRAFT – INDUSTRIAL LOS ANGELES

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    Hughes Aircraft remained one of Southern California’s largest aerospace employers throughout the Cold War years. In 1984, Hughes Helicopter, a subsidiary of Hughes Aircraft, was sold to McDonnell Douglas; in 1985, Hughes Aircraft was sold to General Motors, a division of which was sold to Raytheon in 1997.

  9. Hughes Hopper Aircraft Company

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    Model: Chairlift 1 - Serial Number: 2021LTA These pages are amateur builder's logbook for US registered aircraft, N-8681H, a 37,500 square foot hot air balloon made in Spokane Valley, WA by S. Hughes. The basket and envelope are a unique, solid, red/yellow/orange AX-3 LTA aircraft.

  10. Home - Hughes Historic District

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    Howard Robard Hughes Jr. (December 24, 1905 – April 5, 1976) was an American entrepreneur, known during his lifetime as one of the most financially successful individuals in the world. He first made a name for himself as a film producer, and then became an influential figure in the aviation industry.