The Fiat G.80 was a military jet trainer developed in Italy first flown in 1951, and was
Italy's first post-war jet-powered aircraft. It was a conventional low-wing monoplane with
retractable tricycle undercarriage and engine air intakes on the fuselage sides. The pilot
and instructor sat in tandem under a long bubble canopy. Note the fly-by of the de
Havilland Vampire in the background.