From Wings of Linen

Societá Anonima Meccanica Lombarda (S.A.M.L.) of Milan is little-known today, but it produced about 5% of Italy's WWI aircraft. They started with license-built Aviatik P13's but soon moved on to their own designs, producing workmanlike tractor two-seaters at a time when Italy was strapped heavily with slow pushers.[1]

Production aircraft from the Great War or shortly thereafter include:


  1. Alegi, p.2
  • Gregory Alegi. Windsock Datafile 113: The SAML S.2. Albatros Productions, Ltd., 2005. ISBN 1-902207-75-0.