Showing the flag

This year sees the centenary of an exceptional event in Italian aeronautical history. On 14 February 1920, with the take-off from Centocelle of two Ansaldo SVAs piloted by Arturo Ferrarin and Guido Masiero, an epic flight began, one that would last for more than three months and saw the biplanes bringing Italy’s colours to far-off Tokyo

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