Compagnia Nazionale Aeronautica, founded in 1920 at Cerveteri Aerodrome, Rome, moving to CNA-owned Littorio civil airport (Rome), eventually becoming a member of Caproni group. Mainly a license builder of others' designs, but in mid/late 1930s own products included C.N.A.15 low-wing and C.N.A.25 high-wing four-seat cabin monoplanes (both CNA-engined). During 1939-1940 said to have produced PM1 two-seat high-wing monoplane with flat-four engine.

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