After incorporation of Societa Aeronautica Italians with Ing
A. Ambrosini & Cie (Ambrosini was a pioneer pilot), specialized in fast tourers and sporting monoplanes, though
SA11 was biplane. SAI 7 held speed record in its category.
S.S.4 was experimental tail-first fighter.
light fighter, developed during war. Smooth wooden construction
and very clean design gave high performance
on low power (as in company's sporting types) and 2,000
were ordered, though only 13 completed, type being
replaced for proposed production of SAI 403, work on
which finished at war's end. Intended subcontractors were
Savoia-Marchetti and Caproni. In 1948 S1001 Grifo broke
more records. S 7 delivered in small numbers and developed
into outstanding Super S 7 (1950s). F 7 Rondone
was 3/4-seat cabin tourer.