The MB.320 was a low-wing cabin monoplane powered by two wing-mounted Continental E185 engines.
It had room for a pilot and five passengers. The aircraft flew well, but was expensive to buy and with only a small domestic market for the type only a small number were exported. Three aircraft were sold to East African Airways for use as feederliners. They were all sold locally.
|VP-KJD||Macchi MB320||5910||-||1953||1955||Sold 1955, then abroad as ZS-CBA|
|VP-KJG||Macchi MB320||5911||-||1952||1955||Sold 1955, then abroad to Somaliland as I-MISO. Scr Milan 3/65|
|VP-KJJ||Macchi MB320||5912||-||1952||1954||Sold 1954. To Air Safaris, Arusha 1955. W/O in crash at Mbeya 1962|