Grahame-White was an early British aircraft manufacturer flying school and later manufacturer of cyclecars. The company was established as Grahame-White Aviation Company by Claude Grahame-White at Hendon in 1911. The firm built mostly aircraft of its own design including the successful Type XV but during World War I produced Morane-Saulnier types under licence for the British military. The company ceased aircraft manufacturing operations in 1920.