Fiat G.50

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Fiat G.50
Fiat G50-Mario Bonzano.jpg
Spanish Fiat G.50
Role Fighter aircraft
National origin Italy
Manufacturer Fiat Aviazione
First flight 1937
Introduction 1938
Status Out of service
Primary user Regia Aeronautica
Produced 1937-1943
Number built 791 examples

The Fiat G.50 was an Italian fighter aircraft. It was used for World War II. It was a single-engine aircraft with a single seat. It carried were two 0.50 machine-guns as weapons. Countries that operated this aircraft were Croatia, Finland, Italy, Nazi Germany, Spain, and Yugoslavia.