Helicopters built in Italy


Brondetti helicopter Brondetti helicopter

1950

Possibly the smallest helicopter in existence, this 80hpBrondetti two-seater was exhibited recently in Rome. Intended ...

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The Libellula was the brainchild of Count Ettore Manzolini. It was very similar to the ...

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Manzolini "Libellula"

1952

Manzolini "Libellula"

Piaggio PD.4 Piaggio PD.4

1952

A prototype helicopteris currently undergoing flight trials by thePiaggio company. Styled P.D.4, it is atandem-rotor ...

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The Fiat 7002 is a medium-capacity dual-control helicopter for passenger transport and general-purpose duties, of ...

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Fiat 7002

1961

Fiat 7002

Fiat 7005 Fiat 7005

project

Fiat, which had flown its 7002 reaction rotor helicopter in1961, also had a design for ...

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Silvercraft Italiana and SIAI-Marchetti jointly designed an all-metal three-seat helicopter, the SH-4, the prototype of ...

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Silvercraft SH-4

1965

Silvercraft SH-4

Silvercraft SH-200 Silvercraft SH-200

1977

Silvercraft designed and built the SH-200 which was a more streamlined two-seater with a low-set ...

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Societe Italiana Aeroplani Idrovolanti-Marchetti, based inSesto Calende, Varese, in northern Italy, was founded in 1915,and ...

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SIAI-Marchetti SV-20

1970 - project

SIAI-Marchetti SV-20

Agusta AZ-101G Agusta AZ-101G

1964

First flown on 19 October 1964 at Castina Costa this was Agusta's largest helicopter. Originally ...

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Agusta had gained much experience from their licenced building of the Agusta/Bell-47. The Agusta design ...

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Agusta/Bell AB-102

1959

Agusta/Bell AB-102

Agusta A.103 Agusta A.103

1959

Light single-seat single rotor 'pod & boom' helicopter powered by one 85hp Agusta MV-GA70 piston ...

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Light 2-seat all-metal helicopter developed from A.103 with single stabilised rotor, skid u/c and powered ...

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Agusta A.104

1960

Agusta A.104

Agusta A.105 Agusta A.105

1964

First flown in 1964 the A.105 was again an original Agusta design. There were two ...

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Aer Lualdi was formed in 1953 and flew its first experimental helicopter, designated the ES ...

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Lualdi L-55

1955

Lualdi L-55

Lualdi L-59 Lualdi L-59

1961

Experience with the L.55 led to construction of an improved model, designated the L.57, with ...

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Flown in prototype form early in 1966, the Agusta A.106 is a small lightweight armed ...

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Agusta A-106

1965

Agusta A-106

Agusta A.115 Agusta A.115

1970

Developed version of the Bell 47J-3 with open rear fuselage structure and powered by a ...

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Light three-seat helicopter derived from Bell 47 with open frame rear fuselage, skid u/c and ...

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Agusta EMA.124

1970

Agusta EMA.124

Agusta A-109 "Hirundo" Agusta A-109 "Hirundo"

1971

Although Augusta has asolid track record formaking helicoptersdesigned by other companies,the A 109 Hirundo (Swallow)was ...

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For dealing with tanks andarmoured vehicles, theMangusta is equipped witha mast- or nose-mounted sightand TOW ...

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Agusta A-129 "Mangusta"

1983

Agusta A-129 "Mangusta"

Agusta A119 "Koala" Agusta A119 "Koala"

1995

A.109 with one Pratt & Whitney PT6B-37/1 turboshaftengine, fixed skid u/c. Prot. I-KOAL FF Feb ...

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The new AB.139 - The medium twin engine helicopter capable of carrying up to 15 ...

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Bell/Agusta AB139

2001

Bell/Agusta AB139