Preserved at Volandia Museum.
The Caproni Ca.18 was a monoplane reconnaissance employed in the early stages of the First World War. They were employed by the 15th Squadron, the first to use aircr... (more)
Was one of the most famous aerobatic aircraft of the years between the two world wars, reproduced in numerous versions: Tailed fuselage steel and wooden wings flew for the first time in 1931:
Caproni Ca.1 is the oldest airplane preserved in Italy.
Designed by Ing. Gianni Caproni, was formed entirely of wood and provided with a motor of 30cv.
The first flight took place on 27 May 191... (more)
The Bell 47 was the world’s first helicopter certified for commercial use and made rotary wing aircraft common in every Western country. The Model 47 was developed under Arthur Young (1905-1995) b... (more)
The Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master is an advanced trainer to prepare pilots destined to the latest fighters. On 18 December 2008 it reached Mach 1.17,becoming the fastest Italian-des... (more)