Fiat, as Fiat Aviazione, was an important aircraft manufacturer, first building aircraft engines as a subsidiary of the Fiat car company and then focusing mainly on military aviation. From 1914, SIA (Societa Italiana Aviazone) made aircraft at its own factory in Turin, to both its own and licenced designs. After World War I, Fiat consolidated several Italian small aircraft manufacturers, like Pomilio and Ansaldo. Most famous were Fiat biplane fighter aircraft of the 1930s, Fiat CR.32 and Fiat CR.42. Other notable designs were fighters CR.20, G.50, G.55 and a bomber, the Fiat BR.20. In the 1950s, the company designed the G.91 light ground attack plane. In 1969, Fiat Aviazione merged with Aerfer to create Aeritalia.
Fiat G-91 5445 with the '75.000 Horas' (or 75k flight hours) commemorative paint scheme seen on the ...
At the biggest private airplane collection, Hermeskeil, Germany 2005.
MM6377 On display in the Malta Aviation Museum.
Taken on January 25, 2011.
Fiat CR-32 C1-262/3-52
Photographed at the Museo Del Aire, Cuatro Vientos, Madrid, on 3 March 2012. C/n 262. Italian fighte...