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Fiat G2 "Jacuí"
1942-1945

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It was the only model and was specially built by Aeronáutica d'Itália for Bruno Mussolini, Benito Mussolini´s (the Italian "duce") son.
At VARIG it received the name of “Jacuí”, a homage to the river from Rio Grande do Sul state. However, due to its Italian extraction, it was more widely known among the people as "Spaghetti".

 

Operated units

01

Constructor

Aeronáutica d'Itália, Italy

Model

Fiat G2

Serial number

01

Engine

Three Alfa Romeo 110-I 150 C.V. each

Wingspread

54,16 feet

Length

39 feet

Height

9,8 feet

Cruising speed

93 miles/hr.

Flight reach

1,242 miles

Maximum flight altitude

19,686 feet

Empty aircraft weight

4,520 pounds

Maximum take-off weight

6,537 pounds

Technical crew

02 (1 pilot and 1 flight mechanic)

Maximum number of passengers (VARIG’s configuration)

06

 

 

 

 

 

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