Many aviation experts consider the FIAT G.55 Centauro as the best single seat fighter of the Italian air force in World War Two. See its history and specs.
The Fiat CR.25 was built in 1937. It served well in many multi-role functions such as long-range fighter, reconnaisance, light bomber, and passenger cargo.
The Savoia-Marchetti SM.75 Marsupiale was a civilian airliner which the Regia Aeronautica primarily utilized for military personnel and cargo flights.
The Caproni Ca.310 was an Italian reconnaissance and light bomber monoplane which first flew on 20 February 1937 and retired from service in 1948.
The Fiat Cr.42 Falco is an Italian biplane which served in World War Two. It was an agile aircraft during dogfights, but considered obsolete.
The Piaggio P108 was the only heavy four-engine bomber to see service with the Regia Aeronautica during World War Two. It was an innovative design.
CANSA FC.20 is an Italian reconnaissance and tactical bomber designed by Giacomo Mosso. It had limited maneuverability, unsteadiness, and low performance.
The IMAM Ro.37 is an Italian biplane built in 1934. It was a two-seat fighter/reconnaissance aircraft serving in the Balkans and both African campaigns.
The Savoia Marchetti SM.84 was an Italian WWII bomber designed to replace the SM.79. The aircraft handled poorly and was phased out for the Cant Z.1007.
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