Italian Air Force
Italian Air Force, is based in Italy.
The Italian Air Force or ITAF (Aeronautica Militare Italiana, or AMI) is the air force of the Italian Republic. The Italian were an earlier adopters of military aviation, Italy’s air arm dates back to 1884, when the Italian Royal Army (Regio Esercito) was authorised to acquire its own air component. The Air Service (Servizio Aeronautico) operated balloons based near Rome. In 1911, reconnaissance and bombing sorties during the Italo-Turkish War by the Servizio Aeronautico represented the first ever use of heavier than air aircraft in armed conflict.
ITAF AMI Trainer Aircraft:
30 x Aermacchi SF-260 - Basic Trainer
82 x Aermacchi MB-339 - Jet Trainer
24 x MB-339A
29 x MB-339CD
18 x MB-339PAN
15 x Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master - T-346A Jet Trainer
49 x MD Helicopters MD 500 Defender - Training Helicopter
Italian Air Force operates the following aircraft:
Updated On: 12.12.29