A global provider of excellence, Piaggio Aerospace is dedicated to cutting edge aviation technology. The only industry player to design, develop and support unmanned aerial systems, business, special missions and ISR aircraft and aero engines, Piaggio Aerospace is an industry leader in business aviation and Defence and Security.
Piaggio Aerospace's aim is to continue to represent the state of the art in the aviation industry, designing, developing, manufacturing and maintaining unmanned aerial systems, aircraft and aero-engines for private operators, governments and military.
Ceaselessly pursuing research-led innovation and continuous product improvement, Piaggio Aerospace aims to drive forward leading edge solutions that ensure maximum efficiency in our industrial processes and distinction in the products and services we offer our customers, guaranteeing our shareholders a solid return on their investments.
A diversified product portfolio and long standing shareholder confidence provide the strong foundation we need to keep pushing forward the boundaries of aviation excellence. We believe our ongoing success in the global marketplace lies in the efforts and talents of the passionate people that work at Piaggio Aerospace, striving to create unique hi-tech products that meet our customers’ high expectations.
Code of Conduct
All those who work for Piaggio Aerospace must adhere to its Code of Conduct and uphold the highest ethical standards, able to foster the company reputation, its competitiveness and its sustainable future.
Senior Management Team
Carlo Logli is CEO at Piaggio Aerospace.
Carlo Logli was appointed Chief Executive Officer of Piaggio Aerospace in May 2014.
Graduating in aeronautical engineering from the University of Rome in 1986, he completed a Masters in Business Administration at I.A.E. (Institut d'Administration des Entreprises) in Toulouse in 1994.
A member on the board of education for the Air Transport Master Program at the University of Rome, Mr. Logli teaches at the Ecole Nationale de l'Aviation Civil (Civil Aviation Authority) as well as at Euresas and E.S.C. (École Supérieure de Commerce) in Toulouse. He is also co-author of the book "Aeronautical Marketing: Scenarios, Techniques and Strategies", published in 2003.
Having gained experience in production techniques at Procter & Gamble and program management at the European Space Agency, Carlo Logli joined the Alenia-Finmeccanica group in 1990 as part of the French-Italian ATR consortium.
In Toulouse, he has fulfilled various roles including Vice President of Sales in Europe, Middle East and International Marketing until August 2003. He has also been a board member for the European Regional Airlines association.
Having been appointed to the post of Senior Vice President Programs and Commercial at Aermacchi in 2006, Mr. Logli went on to become Senior Vice President - Business Unit Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Special Airborne Systems at Alenia Aeronautica.
In 2011 Mr. Logli became CEO of SuperJet International, a joint Russian-Italian venture between Alenia Aeronautica (51%) and Sukhoi Holding (49%). The company is involved in marketing, sales, customisation and delivery of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jet in Europe, America, Oceania, Africa and Japan.
Prior to joining Piaggio Aerospace, Mr. Logli was Senior Advisor for Abu Dhabi Autonomous Systems Investments (ADASI), a subsidiary of Tawazun Holding.
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The brand new Villanova d’Albenga facility - technological excellence to build the future. Grand opening – November 7th, 2014.
Genova: a new history in the making
Manufacturing for the booming railway industry, Rinaldo Piaggio founds the company that will one day take to the skies and circle the globe.
Piaggio spreads its wings
Aero engines and certified aircraft with the Piaggio brand roll out of the factory and onto the runway for the first time.
A flying start
Piaggio’s P.1 becomes airborne. With it’s innovative design, it smashes records around the globe.
Wind of change
An innovative wind tunnel is built and Piaggio writes a new chapter of aerodynamic research.
Engineering the future
The P.108 is unveiled. The company’s first four-engine aircraft, it embodies the evolving ambition of the Piaggio brand.
The war is finally over and the challenge of rebuilding begins. Piaggio embraces the era with inspired new designs.
Moving with the times
The P.166 and P.166M, Piaggio’s first utility aircraft, takes off. Both powerful and practical, its design wins international recognition.
Jet setting into new markets
Piaggio’s first jet propelled aircraft, the PD-808, secures a future of independence for the companies aeronautic division.
Imagination takes flight
After years of research, the extraordinary P.180 finally leaves the ground and the legend of Avanti begins.
A new name conquering the world
The P.180 takes international markets by storm and Piaggio Aero Industries is born. The company rockets to the forefront of executive aircraft production.
Back to the future
The classic maritime patrol plane, P.166, is redesigned, upgraded and relaunched as the P.166 DP1.
A culture of ground-breaking research and cutting edge technology culminate in the progressive P.180 Avanti II with its pioneering three lifting surfaces configuration.
Copilots in success
Piaggio Aero celebrates a strategic new partnership with Mubadala Development Company.
A masterpiece evolves
The launch of the MPA Program transforms the exceptional P.180 Avanti into a highly advanced Multirole Patrol Aircraft.
Skies without limits
Europe’s first unmanned aerial vehicle, the game changing P.1HammerHead, completes its maiden flight in November, piloted entirely by remote.
Innovation, to craft the future
With Mubadala as their majority shareholder, Piaggio Aero Industries flies under its new brand of Piaggio Aerospace. The Avanti EVO, the third generation of an aviation legend, is unveiled.