The Breda A.14 was a prototype three-engined biplane designed by Società Italiana Ernesto Breda as a night bomber in 1928. The aircraft was proposed to the Regia Aeronautica but failed assessments and was abandoned. The aircraft was designed after the failure of the A.8. It was designed to solve the flight problems experienced on the A.8. The A.14 was tested in 1928 powered by three 450 hp Alfa Romeo Jupiter engines.
Made by Società Italiana Ernesto Breda.