Fiat g50 seria 2

The G.50 Freccia («Arrow») was the first Italian all-metal monoplane fighter, which, although clearly inferior to allied fighters of the time, was the best Italian fighter aircraft.

The first series of 45 G.50s, production of which began in late 1937, had a closed cockpit, and while it provided relatively good visibility, the pilots were not very enthusiastic about it, so the second series of planes (200 aircraft) were built with an open cockpit. All in all, 833 G.50swere build (including all variants).
Besides Italy, the plane served in Finland, Croatia, and Spain as well.