Fiat 'G' for Giuseppe Gabrielli Aircraft Designations
G.1 - (Project) 1931
idro
- G.1: No other details
G.2 - 1932 trimotor feederliner, x 1 (c/n 1)*
- G.2: 6 pax low-wing monoplane, span 18.01 m
- G.2 : All-metal const., spatted main u/c
- G.2/1: 3 x 135 hp Fiat A.60 inverted 4-cyl.
-- * I-FIAT (ALI),** PP-VAM (Varig), PP-LAH
-- ** ALI, Fiat's own Avio Linee Italiane
- G.2/2: (Project) 120 hp Alfa Romeo 101-I 4-cyl
- G.2/3: (Project) 120 hp DH
Gispy Major 4-cyl
- G.2/4: (Project) 140 hp Fiat A.54 7-cyl. radial
G.3 - (Project) 1931 trimotor transport
- G.3: 12 x pax or mail + 4 pax
- G.3: 3 x Fiat A.55, span ?? m
G.4 - (Project) 1932 2-seat fighter
- G.4: 1 x 720 hp Fiat A.26R, span ?? m
G.5 - 1933 2-seat* aerobatic trainer, x 37
- G.5: Low-wing monoplane, wooden wing
-- * Potential single- or 3-seat vers.
- G.5 : Prototypes MM.212/MM.213, x 2
- G.5 : 1 x 140 hp Fiat A.54 radial*
-- Often mis-listed as '135 hp A.70'
- G.5/2: 1933, 1 x 140 hp Fiat A.60, x 1
- G.5
bis: 1933 prod. vers., more power
- G.5
bis: 1 x 200 hp Fiat A.70 7-cyl.
-- G.5
bis: Optional Fiat A.54 or A.60
-- aka CMASA G.5, Aeronautica d'Italia G.5
-- Aeronautica d'Italia built prototypes
-- CMASA built production model G.5
bis
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https://www.mojehobby.pl/zdjecia/8/8/6/15862_rd.jpg
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http://www.giemmesesto.org/Documentazione/Aerei/FiatCMASAG5.html
G.6 - (Project) 1931
idro racer
- G.6: 1 x Fiat A.56, span ?? m
G.7 - (Project) 1933 trimotor transport
- G.7: 20 pax
- G.7: 3 x Fiat A.58, span ?? m
G.8 - 1934 2-seat military biplane trainer, x 61
- G.8: Tandem 2-seat, Warren truss wing bracing
- G.8: 1 x 135 hp Fiat A.54 7-cyl, span 8.76 m
- G.8: Opt'l A.70, later used for communications
G.9 - (Project) 1938 high-altitude 3-seater
- G.9: 2 x Fiat A.80 RC100
G.10 - (??)
G.11 - (Project) 1933 2-seat light aircraft
- G.11: 1 x (??) hp (??), span ?? m
G.12 - 1940 low-wing trimotor transport, x 104
- G.12 : 3 x 800 hp Fiat A.74 RC42, span 26.80 m
- G.12C : (
Civile) 1940 14 pax transport
- G.12C : 3 x 750 hp Alfa-Romeo A.126 RC34
-- G.12C: For Linee Aeree Transcontinental Italiane
- G.12CR: (Project) 1939 short-range, 14 pax
- G.12Tr: (Project) 1940 short-range troop/cargo
- G.12Tr: (
Trasporto) aka Fiat G.12T, x 12
-- G.12Tr: Seating up to 30 troops (+10 on floor)
- G.12Tp: (Project) 1941-42 24 x paratroop transp.
-- G.12Tp: Lanciani turret, ventral cargo hold
- G.12TpB: (Project) 1942 transport/night bomber
-- G.12TpB: With 1,690 kg bombs or paratroopers
- G.12TB: (Project) 1942 night bomber, canc.*
-- * 30 x G.12TB ordered, metal cut, then canc.
- G.12GA : (
Grande Autonomia) transport, x 3
-- G.12GA: Long-range type w/ extra fuel tanks
- G.12Tr-GA: Civil G.12GA conver. to long-range
-- G.12Tr-GA listed by Airwar.ru (as G.12TR-GA)
- G.12LGA: 1942 troop transport/LATI cargo
- G.12LGA: ('A' for Alfa) 3 x 750 hp A.126 RC34
- G.12
Gondar: 1941 long-range cargo carrier
-- G.12
Gondar: Added fuel, no armament
- G.12RT: (Roma-Tokyo) 1942 Rome-Tokyo transp., x 1
- G.12RT: 3 x 860 hp A.128 RC14, span 26.80 m
- G.12RT
bis: 1943 Rome-Tokyo transport, x 1
- G.12RT
bis: 3 x A.128 RC14, span 26.80 m
- G.12 (
Egeo): (Project) 7 pax + 1.3 t*
-- * Specifically for RA's Aegean Sea routes
- G.12S : (Project) Armed VIP transp., 4 pax
-- G.12S: Lanciani turret, 2 x flex.-mount guns
- G.12TA: (Project) 1945 troop/cargo transport
- G.12TA: 3 x A.128 RC14, span 26.80 m
- G.12CA: 1945 18 pax transport, 3 x A.128 RC14
- G.12L : 1946 12 pax transport, 3 x A.74 RC42
-- G.12L: 'L' sub-types had extended fuselages
- G.12LA: 1948 16-22 pax transport, 3 x A.128 RC14
- G.12LB: 1947 16-22 pax transp.,
Pegasus 48s
-- G.12LB: ('B' for Bristol) 3 x 810 hp
Pegasus 48s
- G.12LP: 1947 16-22 pax transport, 3 x R-1830-S1C3-G
-- G.12LP: ('P' for Pratt & Whitney)
Twin Wasps
- G.12AV: 1950
Aula Volante trainer, 3 x A.128 RC14
-- 'AV' for
Aula Volante ('Flying Classroom')
G.13 - G.17 - (??)
G.18 - 1935 2-engined transport monoplane, x 9
- G.18 : DC-2 clone for Fiat's airline, ALI
- G.18 : 1935 3 + 18 pax airliner/transport
- G.18 : 2 x 700 hp Fiat A.59R,* span 25.00 m
- G.18: 3 x prototypes, seen as underpowered
-- * Licence-built US P&W R-1690
Hornet
- G.18V:
Veloce, 1937 high-speed development
- G.18V: 2 x 1,000 hp Fiat A.80 RC41 18-cyl.
- G.18
bis: (Project) 1938 12-pax trimotor
- G.18
bis: 3 x Fiat A.74 RC, span 25.00 m
G.19 - (??) Common typo for G.91 '
Gina'
G.20 - (Project) 1945 2+6 pax trimotor transport
- G.20 : 3 x 130 hp Alfa Romeo 110, span ?? m
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https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,18767.msg291778.html#msg291778
G.21 - (Project) 1933 8 pax trimotor transport
- G.21 : 3 x 130 hp Fiat A.58 radials, span ?? m
G.22 - (Project) 1945 6 pax 2-engined transport*
- G.22 : 2 x 195 hp Alfa-Romeo 115 L6, span ?? m
- G.22B: 2 x 380 hp Alfa-Romeo 121 V-8, span ?? m
- G.22
bis: 2 x Alfa-Romeo 115, span ?? m
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G.23 - (??)
G.24 - (Project) 1945 10 pax 2-engined transport
- G.24 : 2 x 380 hp Alfa-Romeo 121 V-8, span ?? m
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G.25 - (??)
G.26 - (Project) 1945 10 pax 2-engined transport
- G.26 : Low-winged, retract. u/c, single tail
- G.26 : 2 x I-F
Delta RC40-I, span 17.90 m
- G.26A: 2 x 1,050 hp Alvis
Leonides, span 17.90 m
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G.27 - (??)
G.28 - (Project) 1947 trainer and transport
- G.28 : 2 x I-F
Delta RC40-I, span ?? m
- G.218 : Poss. G.28 refined for '
il concorso'
G.29 - (??) Seen as a
Wiki typo for G.49
G.30 - (Project) 1937 30 pax civil transport
- G.30 : 4 x Fiat A.74 or A.82, span 31.70 m
- G.30B: Bomber deriv.,* 4 x Fiat A.82 RC42
-- * Submitted for 1938
concorso BGR
--
Exceeded BGR's allowable max. speed!
--
Progettazione e produttività dell'industria aeronautica italiana dalle origini al 1943, pp.91-92
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- G.30S: Mil. transport, 4 x Fiat A.82 RC42
G.31 - (Project) 1940 16 pax civil transport
- G.31 : 2 x 4 x Fiat A.82 RC42, span ?? m
-- NB: G.31 also desig. of 1966 Fiat show car
G.32 - G.35 (??)
G.36 - (Project) 1936 36 pax
idro civil transport
- G.36 : 2 x 4 x Fiat A.82 RC42, span ?? m
-- NB: 'G.36' also seen as a typo for G.46
G.37 - G.39 (??)
G.40 - (Project) 1946 2-seat trainer/tourer
- G.40: 1 x CNA D.4-I, span ?? m
G.41 - (Project) 1946 2-seat general aviation
- G.41: 1 x Continental 75, span ?? m
-- Same as G.40 project other than engine
G.42 - (Project) 1946 2-seat general aviation
- G.42: 1 x Alfa-Romeo 115
bis, span ?? m
-- Same as G.40 & G.41 other than engine
G.43 - Designation number not assigned
G.44 - (Project) 1946 3-seat general av tourer
- G.44: Similar to built 2-seat G.46-1 trainer
- G.44: 1 x Alfa-Romeo AR.115
bis, span ?? m
G.45 - Designation number not assigned
G.46 - 1947 2-seat mil. trainer, span 10.40 m, x 223
- G.46 : (Project) 1946 2-seat G.44 derivative
- G.46-1: 1947 2-seater, 1 x 195 hp Alfa-Romeo 115
bis
-- G.46-1 loses AMI trainer comp. to SAI Ambrosini S.7
- G.46
bis: (Project) 1 x DH
Gipsy Queen 70
- G.46-2 : 1948, 1 x 250 hp DH
Gipsy Queen 30
- G.46-2B: 1948, For Argentina, 1 x 7.7 mm Breda mg*
-- 70 built for Argentina + 12 for Syria
- G.46-3A: 1949 single-seater, 1 x Alfa-Romeo 115
ter
- G.46-3B: 1948 2-seater, 1 x 225 hp A-R 115
ter
- G.46-4A: 1949 single-seater, 1 x 215 hp A-R 115
ter
- G.46-4B: 1951 2-seater, 1 x 215 hp A-R115
ter ed.1950
- G.46-5A: (??) 1 x claimed modern single-seater conv.
- G.46-5B: 1951 2-seater, 1 x Alfa-Romeo 115
ter*
-- * 1 x prototype, operated as nav/instrument trainer
- G.46-6A: 1949 single-seater, 1 x DH
Gipsy Queen 30
G.47 - (Project) 1947 2-seat trainer, G.46 devel.
- G.47: 1 x Pratt & Whitney R-985
Wasp Junior
-- Similar to G.46 other than engine instal.
G.48 - 1948 military trainer, G.55 deriv.,* x 2
- G.48A: single-seater, 1 x I-F
Delta RC40-I
-- G.48A: Fiat G.55AD (
qv) re-designated
- G.48B: 2-seat trainer, 1 x I-F
Delta RC40-I
-- G.48B: Fiat G.55BD (
qv) re-designated
-- Prototypes of both G.48A and G.48B built
-- * Alternatively viewed as higher-powered G.46**
-- ** As per
L'Ala, Anno V, n.17-19, p.10
G.49 - 1952 2-seat military trainer, span 13.00 m, x 3
- G.49-1: 1953, 1 x 570 hp Alvis
Leonides 502/4
--
http://www.airwar.ru/image/idop/other/g49/g49-1.jpg
- G.49-2: 1952, 1 x 610 hp P&W R-1340-S3H1
Wasp
--
http://www.airwar.ru/image/idop/other/g49/g49-6.jpg
-- In comp. w/ Piaggio P.150 & Macchi MB.323
G.50 - 1937
Freccia monoplane fighter, x ??
- G.50: Single-seater for
Caccia (
Intercettori)
- G.50 : 1937, 1 x Fiat A.74 RC38 radial, span 10.96 m
-- G.50: Orig. vers. fitted with full cockpit canopy
- G.50
bis: 1940 vers., refined fuselage/tail
- G.50
bis: 1 x Fiat A.74 RC38, span 10.96 m
- G.50
bis/A: 1942 exper. 2-seat naval carrier a/c
-- G.50
bis/A: Based on G.50B airframe (below)
- G.50B: 1940 unarmed 2-seater, 1 x Fiat A.74 RC38
-- G.50B trainer devel. by CMASA of Marina di Pisa
- G.50B
ric: (Project) 1941 reconnaissance a/c
-- G.50B
ric or G.50
ric (
ricognizione)
-- NB: On G.50
ric 1- or -2-seater, sources vary
-- Reggiane Re.2003 prefered to G.50/G.50B
ric
- G.50
ter: 1941 improv. vers., Fiat A.76 RC40S
- G.50V: 1941 exper. fighter, 1 x DB 601A-1*
-- Production G.50 envisioned with DB 601N
-- G.50V conv. devel. by CMASA of Marina di Pisa
--
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G.51 - (Project) 1941 G.50 devel., several types
- G.51: Single-seat fighter, 1 x Fiat A.75 RC53*
-- * A.75 RC53 was a 1940-41 Fiat A.74 RC42 deriv.
- G.51
bis: Twin-boomed, G.50-based fighter
- G.51
bis: 2 x Fiat A.74 RC.42s, span 10.96 m
-- "
G.51 bis caccia bimotore-(progetto)"
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G.52 - Desig. not assigned (some sources) or ...
G.52 - (Project) 1938 single-seat monoplane fighter
- G.52: Winner of
Caccia I (
Intercettori)*
-- * With the similarly A.76-powered Macchi C.201
- G.52: 1 x 1,000 hp Fiat A.76 RC38,** span 10.96 m
-- ** Also shown with 1,000 hp Fiat A.74 RC40
-- ** Planned alt. 1,550 hp A.83 RC.24-52
Vortice
--
https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/threads/aeronautica-ditalia-fiat-g-52.2425/
G.53 - (Project) 1941-1942, 2 distinct developments
- G.53: (I) (Project) 1941, single-seat fighter a/c
- G.53: (I) 1 x 1,000 hp Fiat A.76 RC40, span 10.96 m
- G.53: (II) (Project) 1942, 2-seat fast recce a/c
- G.53: (II) DB 601-powered G.50B
ric devel.
- G.53: (II) 1 x Daimler Benz DB 601A as per G.50V
--
https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3465.msg27611.html#msg27611
G.54 - Number not assigned
- G.54:
hesham mentions poss compet. to Re.2004
G.55 - 1942
Centauro single-seat low-wing fighter
- G.55: Highly-refined G.50V with DB 605/
Tifone
- G.55: (Project) July 1939, upright Fiat A.38 V-12
-- G.55: July 1939, tubular mono-spar wing design
- G.55: (Project) March 1940, inverted A.38 IV-12
-- G.55: March 1940, conv. spar wings, contra-props
- G.55: (Project) May 1941, Fiat A.38 RC15-45
-- G.55: May 1941, 3-blade repl. 2-blade contras
- G.55F: Desig. sometimes applied to A.38 concepts
- G.55: (Project) Sept 1941, German DB 605A engine
-- G.55: Sept 1941, still retains G.50V features*
-- * Sliding cockpit canopy & undernose oil cooler
- G.55 : Prototype (MM ) firs flew 30 April 1942
- G.55/0 : 1942 prod'n model, 1 x 20mm, 4 x 12.7 mm
- G.55/I : 1943 prod'n model, 3 x 20mm, 2 x 12.7 mm
- G.55/II: 1944 prototype, 5 x 20 mm MG 151/20 guns
- G.55S : (Project) '
silurotto' torpedo-fighter*
-- * Reduced-length 3.38 m Whitehead Fiume torpedo
-- Orig. G.55S dropped in favour of Fiat G.57 (
qv)
- G.55S : (
Silurante) 1944 torpedo-fighter conv'n
-- Twin radiators, full-length (5.46 m) torpedo
- G.55Z : (Project) 1941-42, 1 x I-F
Zeta RC40 X-24
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- G.55
bimotore: (Project) 1942
Bifusoliera devel.
- G.55A : 1946, postwar trainer prod'n/rebuilds**
-- ** 1st G.55A was G.55S conv. back to
serie I
- G.55B : 1946 prod'n
Tifone-powered 2-seat trainer
- G.55AD: 1948 I-F
Delta-powered military trainer
-- G.55AD single-seater re-desig. G.48A before flight
- G.55BD: 1948 I-F
Delta-powered military trainer
-- G.55BD 2-seat trainer re-desig. G.48A before flight
- G.55AP: Conv. to Packard V-1650-7, x 1, not flown***
-- *** Actually G.59 airframe converted, aka G.61 (
qv)
- G.55BP: (Project) 2-seat V-1650-7, not built, aka G.61B
G.56 - 1944
serie 6 fighter, G.55 devel., x 1
- G.56: 1 x 1,750 hp Daimler Benz DB 603A engine*
-- G.56: Prototype conv. from G.55/I airframe
-- * Planned to licence DB 603A to Alfa Romeo
G.57 - (Project) 1943 radial-engined G.55 deriv.
- G.57: Multi-purpose fighter andtorpedo bomber*
-- * G.57 eclipsed 1st G.55S concept in planning
- G.57: 1 x 1,550 hp A.83 RC.24-52B
Vortice**
-- ** Some sources say 1,475 hp for
Vortice
-- ** Others say 1,200 hp Fiat A.80 RC.20 radial
--
https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,18767.msg285804.html#msg285804
G.58 - (Project) 1943 single-seat fighter
- G.58: 1 x Daimler Benz DB 605/
Tifone or
G.58 - (Project) 1943* twin-engined combat a/c**
- G.58: Single-seat 'twin G.55' heavy fighter
- G.58: 2 x G.55 fuselages, new centre section
- G.58: 2 x 1,450 hp DB 605A engines, span 15.52m
-- Armament: 6 x 20 mm MG 151 + 4 x 12.7 mm mgs
-- * Apr. 1943 submitted to Min. dell Aeronautica
-- * July 1943 wind tunnel shows tail mod. needed
-- ** Gianni Ludi: "
Bimotore da combattimento"
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http://www.egamers.it/contest/foto/italianplanes/g55series/Fiat G58.png
G.59 - 1948 trainer,*
Merlin-powered G.55 deriv.
- G.59 : 1948 trainer, 1 x Packard
Merlin T.24-2
-- * In practice, in theory single-seat was a fighter
- G.59-1A: 1949 Single-seat fighter/trainer, aka G.55AM
-- Armament: 4 x 12.7 mm M2 or 2 x M2 + 2 x 20 mm HS 404
- G.59-1B: 1948 2-seat-seat military trainer, aka G.55BM
- G.59-2 : Redesig. G.60A with R-R
Merlin 500-20
- G.59-2A: 1950 single-seat military fighter/trainer
- G.59-2B: 1950 tandem 2-seat-seat military trainer
- G.59-3A: 1951 single-seat military fighter/trainer
- G.59-4A: 1951 single-seat, sliding bubble canopy
-- Armament: 4 x 20 mm Hispano-Suiza Mk II cannons
- G.59-4B: 1951 2-seat trainer, clear-view canopies
- G.59D : (Project) 1954 turboprop 2-seat exper. a/c
-- G.59D: aka G.59/Dart, to be conv. from G.49-4B
-- G.59D: 1 x Rolls-Royce
Dart 505 turboprop
G.60 - (Project) 1947 trainer,
Merlin-powered G.55
- G.60A: 1947 1-seater, 1 x Rolls-Royce
Merlin 66
- G.60B: 1947 2-seater, 1 x Rolls-Royce
Merlin 66
--
Merlin 66-powered G,60 eclipsed by Packard G.61
G.61 - (Project) 1948 trainer,
Merlin-powered G.55
- G.61A: G.59 conv. to Packard V-1650-7, not flown, x 1
-- G.61A conversion aka G.55AP ('P' for Packard)
-- *** Actually airframe converted, aka G.61 (
qv)
- G.61A: 1948 1-seater, 1 x Packard V-1650/7
Merlin
-- Armament: 2 x 12.7 mgs + 2 x 20 mm Hispano-Suiza Mk II
- G.61B: 1948 2-seater, 1 x Packard V-1650/7
Merlin
-- NB: G.61 had lengthened radiator bath & small dorsal fin
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G.80 – 1951 2-seat advanced jet trainer
- G.80 : 1 x DH
Goblin 35,* span 10.97 m
- G.80-1 : 1949 design, advanced trainer
- G.80-1B: Prototype c/n 1, flew 09 Dec 1951
- G.80-2 : (??)
- G.80-3 : 1952 design, pre-produnction a/c
- G.80-3B: 1954 prototype c/n 2, CAS/tac-recce
-- c/n 2 preserved at Vigna di Valle
-- * License-built as Fiat Model 4001
G.81 – 1950
Ghost-powered G.80 development
- G.81: (Project) 1950, DH
Ghost turbojet*
-- * License-built as Fiat Model 4000
-- NB: G.81: (As built) 1954, R-R
Nene turbojet
G.82 – 1954
Nene-powered G.80 devel. x 5
- G.82: 2-seat military trainer, alter. engine
- G.82: 1 x R-R
Nene turbojet, span 11.81 m
- G.82: (Project) All-weather fighter variant
G.83 - (??)
G.84 – 1953 Allison J35-powered G.80 development
- G.84: 2-seat trainer for all-weather fighters
- G.82: 1 x R-R
Nene turbojet, span 36'
-- Aband. in favour of T-33 for AMI (and NATO)
- G.82: (Project) CAS and tac-recce variant
G.85 - G.89 - (??)
G.90 - 1952* 2-seat twin-jet advanced trainer
- G.90: 2 x Turbomeca
Marboré II turbojets
-- Some source list 1956/1957 as G.90 devel. time
G.91 – fighter-bomber/1956, 5,000 lbf
Orpheus 803, span 8.56 m
-- 1 x R-R Orpheus, 1 x
Adour Mk. 106, or 2 x GE J85
- G.91 : (Project) 1954, 1 x Rolls-Royce
Nene turbojet
- G.91 : Prod'n vers., Orpheus 801/803, 4 prototypes + 27
- G.91A : STOL devel., greater wing area & LE slats, x 1
- G.91BS : (Project) Battlefield surveillance G.91T variant
-- G.91BS/1: Single-seat, impr. avionics & photog. equip't
-- G.91BS/2: Tandem 2-seat development of the G.91BS/1
- G.91E: (Project) G.91Y (
qv) upgrade for AMI
-- G.91E: Part of Study 3-1x G.91Y upgrade series
- G.91N : (I) Pre-prod. airframe mod. for nav. equipment (1959?)
- G.91N : (II) Norw. mod., R-R/Turbomeca
Adour Mk. 106*
-- * Based on G.91R/4 & 'R/5 but role changed to recce/strike
- G.91PAN: Aerobatic vers. for
Frecce Tricolori team
- G.91R PAN: G.91R conv. to make up for losses, x 1
- G.91R/1A PAN: G.91R/1A conv. to make up losses, x 4
- G.91S : (Project) 1957 for Swiss, 1 x
Orpheus BOr.12*
-- * 6,800 lbf dry, ultimately Fiat 4032 axial turbojet
-- G.91S: Sweep-back incr. to 38°, max. speed Mach 0.94
- G.91R: Single-seat strike/recce fighter,
Orpheus 803
- G.91R: G.91 conv. to photo-recce role, 4 x conv.
- G.91R/1: 1958, photo-recce camera nose, AMI x 26*
-- G.91R/1: 3 x Vinten cameras, 4 x 12.7 mm mgs
-- * Figure 26 very likely incl. 4 x G.91R conv'ns
- G.91R/1A: 'R/1 w/ refined avionics, AMI x 25
- G.91R/1B: Strengthened airframe 'R/1, AMI x 50
-- G.91R/1B: Impr. brakes, tires, & instruments
- G.91R/2 : (Project) French vers., not pursued
- G.91R/3 : 1960, Luftwaffe 'R/1 deriv., x 344
-- G.91R/3: Impr. instr., 2 x 30 mm, 4 pylons
- G.91R/3SATS: Luftwaffe JATO/arrestor hook mod., x 1
- G.91R/4 : 1961, Turkish & Greek 'R/1 variant **
-- G.91R/4: 'R/1 gun armament, 'R/3 wing pylons
-- ** Deliv. canc., redirected to Norway & Portugal
- G.91R/5: (Project) 1962 Norw. long-range vers.
-- Norway received built G.91R/4s instead of G.91R/5s
- G.91R/6: (Project) Reinforced u/c, Doppler nav system
- G.91RS : (Project) G.91S variant w/
Orpheus BOr.15
- G.91T : 2-seat operational trainer,
Orpheus 803
- G.91 : 1960 prototypes, x 2 for AMI
- G.91T/1: 2-seat strike trainer, 101 x AMI
- G.91T/2: (Project) French vers., not pursued
- G.91T/3: Trainer for Luftwaffe, x 22 + 44
-- G.91T/3: 2 x 12.7 mm, Fiat x 22, German x 44
- G.91T/4: (Project) NASARR radar-equipped vers.
-- G.91T/4 intended as trainers for AMI F-104s
- G.91TS: (Project) 1963 twin-engine supersonic
-- G.91TS: 2-seat advanced-trainer/combat a/c
-- G.91TS: Stretched fuselage, wide-chord wings
-- G.91TS: 2 x Rolls-Royce RB.153 turbojets
-- NB: Realistically, G.91TS was
new a/c***
-- *** G.91TS led indirectly to G.91Y (below)
- G.91Y : 1966 twin-engined G.91 devel., x 69
- G.91Y : Single-seat strike/long-range recce
- G.91Y : 2 x GE J85-GE-13A, span 9.01 m
- G.91YR: (Project) 1961 devel., 2 x P&W JT12
-- G.91YR: Eclipsed by the GE J85-powered G.91Y
- G.91YT: (Project) 1961 G.91YR 2-seat trainer
- G.91YS: 1971 Swiss Venom repl. submission, c/n 2023
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https://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1971/1971 - 1008.html
- G.91Y-2: (Project) Close-support derivative
-- G.91Y-2: Part of Study 3-1x 'Y upgrade series
- G.91 STOL: (Project) See G.95 (below)
- G.291 : (Project) Part of Study 3-1x upgrade series
G.92 - (??)
G.93 - (Project) 1959 more powerful evol. of G.91S
- G.93 : 1 x Bristol
Orpheus BOr.12 turbojet*
-- * 30.3 kN dry thrust, 36.34 kN with afterburner
G.94 : (??)
G.95 – (Project) 1960 multi-engine V/STOL strike fighter
- G.95 : Various layout/engine types to meet NBMR-3
- G.95 : Initial plan, V/STOL G.91 devel. for NBMR-3
- G.95: Horiz. liftjets/rear vectoring thrust nozzles
--
https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,851.msg8056.html#msg8056
- G.95/1: (??) Poss. same as G.95/G.91 STOL
- G.95/2: (??)
- G.95/3: Single-seat V/STOL strike fighter, T-tail
-- G.95/3: 4 x RB.108 liftjets (in fore & aft pairs)
-- G.95/3: Twin sustainer jet pipes through wings
- G.95/4: VTOL tactical close-support aircraft
-- G.95/4: 4 x liftjets plus 2 x sustainer jets
-- G.95/4: Centre-grouped liftjets, rear sustainers
-- RB.162/31 liftjets, R-R/MAN RB.153/61 sustainers
-- RB.162/31 liftjets, 2 x 3,850 lbf GE J85 jets
--
https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,3466.msg27517.html#msg27517
- G.95/4A: Dedicated photo-reconnaissance variant
- G.95/5: (??)
- G.95/6: Mach 2 VTOL fighter-bomber/recce a/c
-- 6 x RB.162/31 liftjets, 2 x RB.153/61 sustainers*
-- G.95/6: 3 x fwd/3 x aft liftjets, rear sustainers
-- * G.95/6 RB.153/61 sustainers were afterburning
-- * Various sustainer propulsion engines proposed
-- G.95 merged with West German VAK 191B project**
-- ** VFW/Fiat 1262 is different (formerly Fw 1262)
--
https://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,851.0.html
G.96 - (Project) 1960 alt. desig. for Fiat G.95/6 variant
- G.96: Desig. acknowledges diff. from earlier G.95 concepts
- G.96: Mach 2, nuclear penetrator
G.97 - (??) ...