I was born on January 17, 1957 in Milan. Always passionate about aviation, I went through adolescence watching planes and reading everything I could about aviation history, picking up a small library.
In 1976, I finally could start flying in a glider, and subsequently with seaplanes and then move on to the “conventional”.
Time passed but the passion remained unchanged. I became a gliding instructor, C.I.T. and L.M.A. and today H. of T. in the Gliding School, where I teach flying in gliders and tow with a Dr400 and L-5.
For many years, I have worked with the C.A.P. of which I was Vice President and became Commissioner A.S.I. for Historic Aircraft.
I have a great fondness for taildraggers and in particular for the Stinson to which I dedicated a group on FB.