Companhia Nacional de Navegagao Aerea, took over manufacture of Muniz-designed aircraft from Companhia Nacional de Navegagao Costiera (CNNC, q.v.) around 1941. Produced Muniz M-11 two-seat primary trainer, designated HL-1, with strong resemblance to Piper Cub; batch of 50 HL-6 tandem two-seat low-wing monoplane trainers was begun 1943. Other designs included HL-2 and HL-4. In 1947, improved Series B versions of the HL-1 and HL-6 appeared; the company's activities had ceased by about 1950.

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