Fiat itself was an important aircraft manufacturer, focused mainly on military aviation. After the World War I , Fiat consolidated several Italian small aircraft manufacturers, like Pomilio and Ansaldo. Most famous were Fiat biplane fighter aircraft of the 1930s, Fiat CR.32 and Fiat CR.42. Other notable designs were fighters CR.20, G.50, G.55 and a bomber, the Fiat BR.20. In 1950s, the company designed the G.91 light ground attack plane. Then, in 1969 Fiat Aviazione merged with Aerfer to create Aeritalia.
Protecting the environment is one of Fiat’s main goals.
As part of its commitment, Fiat has involved not only its partners in industry, but also government and local institutions, in a constant effort to reduce the environmental effects of its products and production processes.
example, are the Athena Project in Naples and the Electra Parks in Turin and Livorno, in Italy.