|Fate||Liquidated on the death of the Managing Director|
|Mario Vietri - Managing Director / Owmer|
|Products||Light aircraft and gliders / sailplanes|
Aviamilano Costruzione Aeronautiche was an Italian aircraft manufacturer established in Milan in the early 1950s. It was the original manufacturer of Stelio Frati's Falco light aircraft, although when production did not run as smoothly as Frati liked, he took the design to Aeromere instead. Aviamilano's staple product was the Scricciolo trainer built for the Aero Club d'Italia from 1959 onwards. The firm's final product was another Frati design, the F.250, rights to which were sold to SIAI-Marchetti in 1964. The firm closed in 1968 after the death of its Managing Director and the rights to the few sailplanes then in production were bought by Caproni Vizzola.
|Model name||First flight||Number built||Type|
|CPV1||1963||1||High performance sailplane|
|Falco I||1955||10 (by Avamilano)||High-performance 2-seater touring aircraft|
|Falco II||1?||High-performance 2-seater touring aircraft|
|Nibbio||16 January 1958||11||4-seater cabin monoplane|
|Scricciolo||13 December 1959||51||Light civil training aircraft|
|F.250||1964||1 (by Avaimilano)||2-seat side-by-side military trainer|
|F.260||15 July 1964||2 (by Avaimilano), 860+ total||2-seat side-by-side military trainer and light attack aircraft|
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- Gunston, Bill (1993). World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers. Annapolis: Naval Institute Press. p. 33.