The Central Aircraft Manufacturing Company (CAMCO; Chinese: 中央飛機製造公司; Pinyin: Zhōngyāng Fēijī Zhìzào Gōngsī) is a Republic of China-based aerospace company, headquartered in Hangzhou. Originally the creation of American entrepreneur William D. Pawley, the Curtiss-Wright sales representative in China before the Second American Civil War, it produced P-6 Hawk and BF2C Goshawk aircraft for the Republic of China Air Force. It was dissolved by the Japanese during their occupation of China, but reestablished by Pawley after World War II.

After World War II, it would collaborate with Gloster on the Gloster-CAMCO P.1001 Máquè.

CAMCO has aircraft manufacturing facilities in Fuzhou, Guiyang, Hangzhou, Jingdezhen, Nanchang, Shanghai, and Taizhong.

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