CANT Z.1007 Alcione (Kingfisher) was a three-engined medium bomber, with wooden structure. Designed by Filippo Zappata, who also designed the CANT Z.506 it had “excellent flying characteristics and good stability” and was regarded by some as “the best Italian bomber of World War II”
Aeronautica Umbra Trojani AUT.18
The AUT.18 was a prototype fighter aircraft
developed in Italy by Aeronautica Umbra shortly before the outbreak of
World War II. It was designed in 1934 by Ing Felice Trojani.
Macchi c.202 Folgore
Macchi C.200 Saetta
Savoia-Marchetti S.55 was a double-hulled flying boat produced
in Italy, beginning in 1924. Shortly after its introduction, it began
setting records for speed, payload, altitude and range.
Fiat BR.20 Cicogna
How is SM.79 an under rated aircraft?
Jun 19 1918 Italy’s highest-scoring ace, Maggiore (Major) Francesco Baracca, is killed by Austro-Hungarian ground fire. He had claimed 34 victories https://t.co/7mHA2Q8brF https://t.co/Crqxf18fpy http://twitter.com/ThisDayInWWI/status/1008845252847792128
In later years, Francesco Baracca’s mother presented his prancing stallion emblem, the Cavallino Rampante, to Enzo Ferrari. The prancing horse has been the official symbol of the Scuderia Ferrari racing team since 1929, and of Ferrari automobiles since they began being manufactured. The roller coaster at Ferrari World on Yas Island Flying Aces, is named after him and themed to him.