Regia Aeronautica's aircraft

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Regia Aeronautica's aircraft

Postby vcacciotti » 27 Jun 2009, 10:22

I don't know what 35 means on the side. Trying to get military information for him.

I know on the tail is the
Insignia applied with a decal on the tail of the Règia Aeronautica aircraft (reconstruction).

On the side is the
Flank roundel on fascist-era Regia Aeronautica's aircraft.

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Re: Regia Aeronautica's aircraft

Postby nazca » 27 Jun 2009, 12:49

Hi vicky,
take a look to this site:
http://www.finn.it/regia/index.htm

you can find all the planes of "regia aerinautica militare italiana" . comments are in italian and english. The plane seems a Fiat C.R. but i'm not sure.

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Re: Regia Aeronautica's aircraft

Postby vcacciotti » 27 Jun 2009, 13:17

That is a great website thank you!

Someone thought this might be the plane
Fiat AS.1

http://www.aviastar.org/air/italy/fiat_as-1.php

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Re: Regia Aeronautica's aircraft

Postby PeterTimber » 12 Jul 2009, 15:33

ery nice find Vicki. =Peter=
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