Piaggio Aircraft

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Piaggio P.2 Piaggio P.2

1923

Genoese industrialist and politician Rinaldo Piaggio started aircraft manufacture at his Finale Ligure factory during ...

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The Piaggio P.3 Pegna-designed night bomber of 1923 was a two-bay biplane with the lower ...

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Piaggio P.3

1923

Piaggio P.3

Piaggio P.6 Piaggio P.6

1927

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A parasol-wing single-seat floatplane, the small Piaggio P.8 reconnaissance aircraft of 1928 was intended, like ...

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Piaggio P.8

1928

Piaggio P.8

Piaggio P.7 Piaggio P.7

1929

A truly remarkable design, the Piaggio P.7 or Piaggio-Pegna P.c.7 was built for the 1929 Schneider ...

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The P.11 was a licensed modification of the Blackburn Lincock biplane.

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Piaggio P.11

1933

Piaggio P.11

Piaggio P.16 Piaggio P.16

1934

The Piaggio P.16 three-engine heavy bomber of 1934 was distinguished by a thick-section semi-elliptical wing ...

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Built to fly the North Atlantic, with potential for development as a commercial transport, the ...

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Piaggio P.23

1935

Piaggio P.23

Piaggio P.23R Piaggio P.23R

1936

An entirely new design, bearing little resemblance to the original P.23, the Piaggio P.23R of ...

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The prototype of the Piaggio P.32 twin-engine bomber flew in early 1936 powered by two Isotta ...

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Piaggio P.32

1936

Piaggio P.32

Piaggio P.50 Piaggio P.50

1937

The Piaggio P.50 four-engine heavy bomber was the first aircraft to be designed for the ...

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In 1938 the RA issued a request for proposal for a BGR (Bombardiere a Grande ...

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Piaggio P.108

1939

Piaggio P.108

Piaggio P.111 Piaggio P.111

1941


Flown for the first time on 19 December 1942 from the company's Villanova d'AIbegna airfield, ...

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Piaggio P.119

1942

Piaggio P.119

Piaggio P.136 Piaggio P.136

1948

More than 80 P.136 five-seat light amphibians were built as one of the company's first ...

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In September 1950 Piaggio began development of the P.148 primary trainer and in less than ...

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Piaggio P.148

1951

Piaggio P.148

Piaggio P.150 Piaggio P.150

1952

Built to compete against the Fiat G.49 and Macchi M.B.323 as a replacement for the ...

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The P.149D was a development of the P.148 and was designed to incorporate many of ...

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Piaggio P.149

1953

Piaggio P.149

Piaggio P.166 Piaggio P.166

1957

Thirty-two examples of the P.166 twin-engined light transport were produced together with 51 P.166M general-purpose ...

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The PD-808 is a six-ten-seat light utility jet aircraft which was intended for both civil ...

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Piaggio PD-808

1964

Piaggio PD-808

Piaggio P.180 Piaggio P.180

1986

At the 1983 NBAA convention in Dallas, Texas, Piaggio announced the birth of a new ...

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