The Caproni Ca.350 Maestrale was an Italian single-engined project of two-seat fighter-bomber-reconnaissance aircraft of the 1930s derived by the preceding Caproni Ca.350. It was designed by Cesare Pallavicino to meet a requirement of an Italian Regia Aviazione. It was an innovative and fast plane equipped by Isotta-Fraschini RC42 Zeta. No plane were built.
Made by Caproni.