List of Royal Air Force aircraft independent flights

Summary

This is a list of Royal Air Force independent Flights. An independent Flight is a military administrative structure which is used to command flying units where the number of aircraft is not large enough to warrant a fully fledged squadron.

RAF Coastal based numbered Flights 1918–1929

(Flying Boat) Flights
  • 300, 306, 309, 310, 311, 318, 319, 320, 321, 322, 324, 325, 326, 327, 328, 329, 330, 333, 334, 335, 336, 337, 339, 341, 345, 346, 347, 348, 349, 350, 351, 352, 353, 357, 358, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363, 367

(Seaplane) Flights

  • 400, 401, 402, 403, 404, 405, 406, 407, 408, 409, 410, 412, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 431, 432, 433, 434, 435, 436, 437, 438, 439, 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 453, 454, 455

(Fighter) Flights

  • 470, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479, 480, 481, 482, 483, 484, 485, 486, 487

(Light Bomber) Flights

  • 490, 491, 492, 493, 494, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499

(Special Duty) Flights

  • 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 510, 511, 512, 513, 514, 515, 516, 517, 518, 519, 520, 521, 522, 523, 524, 525, 526, 527, 528, 529, 530, 531, 532, 533

(Light Bomber) Flights

  • 534, 550, 551, 552, 553, 554, 555, 556, 557, 558, 559, 560, 561

(Anti-Submarine) Flights

  • No. 562 (Anti-Submarine) Flight RAF

Royal Air Force Numbered Flights 1923–36

later Fleet Air Arm of the RAF numbered Flights.[1][2]

Flight Formed at Formed on Disbanded at Disbanded on Notes
No. 401 (Fleet Fighter) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 April 1923 RAF Netheravon 3 April 1933 Renamed No. 401 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became 801 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 402 (Fleet Fighter) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 April 1923 RAF Netheravon 3 April 1933 Renamed No. 402 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became 800 Naval Air Squadron
No. 403 (Fleet Fighter) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 April 1923 RAF Kai Tak,
Hong Kong
15 July 1936 Renamed No. 403 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became No. 715 (Catapult) Flight FAA
No. 404 (Fleet Fighter) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 July 1923 RAF Netheravon 3 April 1933 Renamed No. 404 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became 800 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 405 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA RAF Leuchars 31 May 1924 RAF Netheravon 3 April 1933 Became 803 Naval Air Squadron
No. 406 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA RAF Leuchars 31 May 1924 RAF Seletar,
Malaya
15 July 1936 Became No. 714 (Catapult) Fight FAA
No. 407 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA RNAS Donibristle 1 September 1927 RAF Mount Batten 15 July 1936 Became No. 712 (Catapult) Flight FAA
No. 408 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA RNAS Donibristle 30 March 1929 Aboard
HMS Glorious
3 April 1933 Became 802 Naval Air Squadron
No. 409 (Fleet Fighter) Flight FAA RAF Gosport 7 October 1932 Aboard
HMS Glorious
3 April 1933 Became 802 Naval Air Squadron
No. 420 (Fleet Spotter) Flight RAF RAF Gosport 1 April 1923 Aboard
HMS Glorious
26 April 1929 Renamed No. 420 (Fleet Spotter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became No. 449 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA.
No. 421 (Fleet Spotter) Flight RAF RAF Gosport 1 April 1923 Aboard
HMS Glorious
26 April 1929 Renamed No. 421 (Fleet Spotter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became No. 447 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA.
No. 422 (Fleet Spotter) Flight RAF RAF Gosport 1 April 1923 Aboard
HMS Argus
26 April 1929 Renamed No. 422 (Fleet Spotter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became No. 450 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA.
No. 423 (Fleet Spotter) Flight RAF RAF Gosport 21 November 1923 Aboard
HMS Eagle
26 April 1929 Renamed No. 423 (Fleet Spotter) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became No. 448 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA.
No. 440 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 May 1923 RAF Kai Tak,
Hong Kong
11 June 1933 Renamed No. 440 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Absorbed by 824 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 441 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 April 1923 Aboard
HMS Glorious
3 April 1933 Renamed No. 441 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became 823 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 442 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 April 1923 RAF Netheravon 3 April 1933 Renamed No. 442 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became 822 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 443 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 21 May 1923 RAF Mount Batten 15 July 1936 Renamed No. 443 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became No. 716 (Catapult) Flight FAA and No. 718 (Catapult) Flight FAA.
No. 444 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight RAF RNAS Lee-on-Solent 15 January 1925 RAF Kalafrana,
Malta
15 July 1936 Renamed No. 444 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight FAA from 1 April 1924. Became No. 701 (Catapult) Flight FAA and No. 705 (Catapult) Flight FAA.
No. 445 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight RAF RAF Leuchars 1 September 1927 RAF Mount Batten 15 July 1936 Renamed No. 445 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight FAA from 30 August 1935. Became No. 713 (Catapult) Flight FAA.
No. 446 (Fleet Reconnaissance) Flight FAA RAF Leuchars 1 September 1927 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 821 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 447 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA Aboard
HMS Furious
26 April 1929 RAF Kalafrana,
Malta
15 July 1936 Divided to form No. 701 (Catapult) Flight FAA and No. 711 (Catapult) Flight FAA.
No. 448 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA Aboard
HMS Eagle
26 April 1929 Aboard
HMS Glorious
3 April 1933 Became 823 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 449 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA Aboard
HMS Furious
26 April 1929 RAF Netheravon 3 April 1933 Became 822 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 450 (Fleet Spotter Reconnaissance) Flight FAA ? 26 April 1929 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 820 Naval Air Squadron.
No. 460 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight RAF RAF Gosport 1 April 1923 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 824 Naval Air Squadron
No. 461 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight RAF RAF Gosport 1 April 1923 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 812 Naval Air Squadron
No. 462 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight FAA RAF Gosport 31 May 1924 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 812 Naval Air Squadron
No. 463 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight FAA RAF Gosport 1 September 1927 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 810 Naval Air Squadron
No. 464 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight FAA RAF Gosport 1 September 1927 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 810 Naval Air Squadron
No. 465 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight FAA RAF Gosport 20 March 1931 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 811 Naval Air Squadron
No. 466 (Fleet Torpedo) Flight FAA RAF Gosport 31 March 1931 RAF Gosport 3 April 1933 Became 811 Naval Air Squadron

Fleet Air Arm of the RAF numbered catapult Flights 1936–1939

Numbered flights RAF 1940 on

A

Air Experience Flights

Air Sea Rescue Flights

  • No. 1 Air Sea Rescue Flight (Far East) RAF
  • No. 2 Air Sea Rescue Flight (Far East) RAF
  • No. 3 Air Sea Rescue Flight (Far East) RAF
  • No. 4 Air Sea Rescue Flight (Far East) RAF
  • No. 5 Air Sea Rescue Flight (Far East) RAF
  • No. 1 Air Sea Rescue Flight (North Africa) RAF
  • No. 5 Air Sea Rescue Flight (North Africa) RAF
  • No. 6 Air Sea Rescue Flight (North Africa) RAF
  • No. 1346 (Air Sea Rescue) Flight RAF
  • No. 1347 (Air Sea Rescue) Flight RAF
  • No. 1348 (Air Sea Rescue) Flight RAF
  • No. 1349 (Air Sea Rescue) Flight RAF
  • No. 1350 (Air Sea Rescue) Flight RAF
  • No. 1351 (Air Sea Rescue) Flight RAF
  • No. 1352 (Air Sea Rescue) Flight RAF
  • Air Sea Rescue and Communication Flight, Malta RAF
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Berka
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Fairwood Common
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Friston
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Hawkinge
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Kalafrana
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Martlesham Heath
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Matlaske
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Merston (moved to Westhampnett)
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Westhampnett (originally Merton)
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, North Africa
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Pembrey (moved to Fairwood Common)
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Perranporth
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Roborough
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Shoreham
  • Air Sea Rescue Flight RAF, Tangmere
  • Sea Rescue Flight RAF
  • Search and Rescue Flight RAF, Khormaksar
  • Search and Rescue Flight RAF, Muharraq

Aircraft Delivery Flights

Anti-Aircraft Co-operation/Calibration Flights

B

Beam Approach Training Flights

Blind Approach Training Flights

C

Calibration Flights

Coast Defence / Co-operation Flights

  • No. 1 Coast Artillery Co-operation Flight RAF (1936-37) became No. 1 Coastal Artillery Co-operation Unit RAF [11]
  • No. 1 Coast Defence Flight, Indian Air Force Volunteer Reserve (1940-42) became No. 101 (Coast Defence) Flight, Indian Air Force [12]
  • No. 2 Coast Defence Flight, Indian Air Force Volunteer Reserve (1940-42) became No. 102 (Coast Defence) Flight, Indian Air Force [12]
  • No. 3 Coast Defence Flight, Indian Air Force Volunteer Reserve (1940-42) became No. 103 (Coast Defence) Flight, Indian Air Force [12]
  • No. 4 Coast Defence Flight, Indian Air Force Volunteer Reserve (1940-42) became No. 104 (Coast Defence) Flight, Indian Air Force [12]
  • No. 5 Coast Defence Flight, Indian Air Force Volunteer Reserve (1940-42) became No. 105 (Coast Defence) Flight, Indian Air Force [12]
  • No. 6 Coast Defence Flight, Indian Air Force Volunteer Reserve (1940-42) became No. 106 (Coast Defence) Flight, Indian Air Force [12]
  • No. 1 Coastal Patrol Flight RAF (1939-40) [13]
  • No. 2 Coastal Patrol Flight RAF (1939-40) [13]
  • No. 3 Coastal Patrol Flight RAF (1939-40) [13]
  • No. 4 Coastal Patrol Flight RAF (1939-40) [13]
  • No. 5 Coastal Patrol Flight RAF (1939-40) [13]
  • No. 6 Coastal Patrol Flight RAF (1940) [13]
  • Coastal Battery Co-operation Flight RAF (1919-21) [12]
  • Coastal Battery Co-operation School Flight RAF (1919) became Coastal Battery Co-operation Flight RAF [12]
  • Coast Defence Co-operation Flight RAF (1924-33) became Coast Defence Training Flight RAF[11]
  • Coast Defence Torpedo Training Flight RAF (1928) became No. 36 Squadron RAF [12]
  • Coast Defence Training Flight RAF (1933) became No. 1 Coastal Defence Training Unit RAF [12]
  • Coastal Reconnaissance Beaufighter Flight RAF (1933-??) [13]

Communication Flights

Conversion Flights

Meteorological flights

Seaplane Training Flights

  • Seaplane Flight RAF, Basra (1928-29)[28]

Ferry flights

Specific Aircraft Type Flights

Special Flights

Special Duty/Duties

Other Special flights

  • No. 160 (Special) Flight RAF (1944-45)[46]
  • No. 1344 (Special Signals) Flight RAF (1945) [5]
  • Special Experimental Flight RAF (1918-19)[41]
  • Special Instruction Flight RAF (1920)[41]
  • Special Operations (Liberator) Flight RAF (1942-43)[41]
  • Special Performance Flight RAF, Aboukir (1942)[41]
  • Special Service Flight RAF, Northolt (1942-43)[41]
  • Special Survey Flight RAF (1939-40)[41]
  • Special Transport Flight RAF (1947-49)[41]

Miscellaneous Flights

  • 'B' Flight, Palestine
  • 'G' Flight
  • 'H' Flight
  • 'I' Flight
  • 'J' Flight
  • 'K' Flight
  • 'M' Flight
  • 'N' Flight
  • 'O' Flight
  • 'P' Flight (1)
  • 'P' Flight (2)
  • 'Q' Flight
  • 'Sparrow' Ambulance Flight RAF (1944-45)[40]
  • 'V' Flight
  • 'W' Flight
  • 'X' Flight (1940 – Palestine)
  • 'X' Flight (RFC/RAF)
  • 'Y' Flight
  • 'Z' Flight
  • No. 1 Chain Home Low Flight RAF (Unknown)[47]
  • No. 1 Engine Control Instruction Flight RAF (1944-45)[48]
  • No. 1 Free French (Bomber) Flight RAF (1940-41)[27]
  • No. 1 Gunnery Co-Operation Flight RAF (1934-37)[49]
  • No. 2 Gunnery Co-Operation Flight RAF (1939-37)[49]
  • No. 2 (Training) Flight, Kenya Auxiliary Air Unit (1939-40)[50]
  • No. 3 (Reconnaissance) Flight, Kenya Auxiliary Air Unit (1939-??)[51]
  • 2nd Tactical Air Force Instrument Training Flight (1951-54)[52]
  • No. 60 (Photographic Survey) Squadron, South African Air Force – Royal Air Force Flight (1941-42)[53]
  • Aden Command Training Flight RAF (1940-42)[21]
  • Aden Conversion Flight RAF (1945)[21]
  • Aden Defence Flight RAF (1920-28)[21]
  • Aden Protectorate Reconnaissance Flight RAF (1959)[21]
  • Aden Protectorate Support Flight RAF (1947-50 & 1952-55)[21]
  • Advanced Ship Recognition Flight RAF (1942-43)[54]
  • Air Command Far East All-Weather Flight RAF (1948-50)[55]
  • Air Command Far East Instrument Flying Training Flight RAF (1948)[55]
  • Air Depot Hinaidi Training Flight RAF (1929-30)[55]
  • Air Headquarters Iraq Command Training Flight RAF (1927-28)[17]
  • Air Movements Development Flight RAF (1958)[56]
  • Air Observation Post Training Flight / Team (1943-44)[57]
  • Air Pilotage Flight RAF (1923-26 & 1933)[58]
  • Air Training Corps Flight RAF (1943-46)[59]
  • Air-to-Surface Vessel (ASV) Training Flight RAF (1944-45)[59]
  • Airborne Interception Conversion Flight RAF, Cranfield and Twinwood Farm (1943-?)[60]
  • Airborne Interception Conversion Flight RAF, Italy (1944)[61]
  • Airborne interception Mk VIII Conversion Flight RAF (1943-44)[61]
  • Airborne interception Mk X Conversion Flight RAF (1944-45)[61]
  • Anti-locust Flight (Middle East) RAF (1944-46)[62]
  • Anti-locust Flight (Persia) RAF (1943-44)[62]
  • Arabian Peninsular Reconnaissance Flight RAF (1959-60)[62]
  • Argus Flight RAF (1918-23)[62]
  • Artillery Flight RAF (1918)[63]
  • Autogyro Training Flight RAF (1940)[22]
  • Baltimore Photographic Flight RAF (1945)[22]
  • Bangalore Calibration Flight RAF (1942-43)[22]
  • Battle Flight RAF (1940)[10]
  • Battle of Britain Memorial Flight (Battle of Britain Flight)
  • Bengal Calibration Flight RAF (1943)[10]
  • Bomber Command Instrument Rating and Examining Flight RAF (1947-52)[64]
  • Bomber Command Jet Conversion Flight RAF (1950-?)[64]
  • Bomber Transport Flight RAF (1932-39)[64]
  • Bristol Wireless Flight RAF (1940-45)[65]
  • British Air Forces of Occupation Instrument Training Flight RAF (1950-51)[65]
  • Camouflage Flight RAF (1939)[31]
  • Casualty Air Evacuation Flight RAF (1950)[26]
  • Centaurus Flight RAF (1943-45)[31]
  • Command Training Flight RAF (1961-64)[66]
  • DDT Spray Flight RAF (1945)[25]
  • Defence Flight RAF, Heliopolis (1942-?)[25]
  • Desert Air Force Training Flight RAF (1944)[25]
  • Eagle Trials Flight RAF (1920)[67]
  • Emergency Flying Training Flight RAF (1939-40)[68]
  • Enemy Aircraft Flight RAF (from 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight) (1945)[69]
  • Engine Control Demonstration Flight RAF (1943)[48]
  • Experimental Flight, Upavon (1916)[26]
  • Extended Reconnaissance Flight RAF (1939)[26]
  • Famine Relief Flight RAF (1944)[26]
  • Far East Casualty Evacuation Flight RAF (1950-53)[26]
  • Far East Flight (1927-29)[26]
  • Fighter Command Instrument Rating Flight RAF (1956-60)[69]
  • Fighter Command Instrument Training Flight RAF (1948-51)[69]
  • Fighter Command Vanguard Flight RAF – AEW Trials Flight at RAF Kinloss (1952-53)[70]
  • Fighter Defence Flight RAF, Aden (1942-43)[70]
  • Fighter Defence Flight RAF, Gibraltar (1943-44)[70]
  • Fighter Defence Flight RAF, Iraq (1943)[70]
  • Fighter Defence Flight RAF, Sheikh Othman (1942)[70]
  • Fighter Defence Flight RAF, Takoradi (1941-43)[70]
  • Fighter Experimental Flight RAF (1944-46)[71]
  • Fighter Flight RAF, Shetland (1939-40)[70]
  • Fighter Pilots Practice Flight RAF, Blida (1943)[70]
  • Fighter Pilots Practice Flight RAF, Sétif (1943)[70]
  • Floatplane Flight RAF (1943)[72]
  • Floatplane Training Flight RAF (1938-39)[72]
  • Flying Boat Development Flight RAF (1921-22 & 1924-32)[72]
  • Free French Flight RAF, Khartoum (1941)[27]
  • Free French Flight RAF, Sudan (1941)[27]
  • Gee-H Training Flight RAF (1944-46)[27]
  • General Purpose Flight RAF, Sheikh Othman (1940-41)[27]
  • Governor General's Flight RAF, Australia (1945-47)[73]
  • Greek Training Flight RAF (1941-42)[74]
  • Heavy Transport Flight RAF (1929-32)[75]
  • Helicopter Development Flight RAF (1954-56)[76]
  • Helicopter Flight RAF, Nicosia (1955-1956)[75]
  • Helicopter Training Flight RAF (1945-46)[75]
  • Heston Flight RAF (1939)[75]
  • High Altitude Flight RAF, 244 Wing (1943)[75]
  • High Altitude Flight RAF, Northolt (1942)[75]
  • High Commissioners Flight RAF (1949-55)[75]
  • High Speed Flight RAF (1926-46)[75]
  • Historic Aircraft Flight RAF (1957-58)[10]
  • Home Command Instrument Training Flight RAF (1950-52)[75]
  • Home Defence Flight RAF, Cramlington (1916-18)[77]
  • Hong Kong Auxiliary Flight RAF (1949-50)[33]
  • Instrument Training Flight RAF, Tangmere (1956-60)[69]
  • Intelligence Photographic Flight RAF (1940-41)[78]
  • Internal Security Flight RAF, Nicosia (1955-56)[78]
  • Irish Flight RAF (1922)[78]
  • Jet Training Flight RAF (??-1963)[79]
  • Joint Services Staff College Flight RAF (1947-52)[79]
  • Kangaroo Flight RAF (1918)[79]
  • King's Flight RAF (1936-42 & 1946-53)[35]
  • Long Range Flight RAF (1927-33)[36]
  • Manston Flight RAF (1941-42)[80]
  • Manston Naval Flight RAF (1918-19)[81]
  • Medical Flight RAF, Hendon (1917-18)[82]
  • Middle East Air Force Instrument Training Flight RAF (1950-56)[14]
  • Military Governor's Flight RAF (??-1949)[83]
  • Navigation Flight RAF (1920-21)[83]
  • New Zealand Flight RAF (1939-40)[83]
  • Night Flying Flight RAF (1923-31)[83]
  • Ogaden Flight RAF (1944)[84]
  • Overseas Air Delivery Flight RAF (??-1940)[85]
  • Overseas Aircraft Despatch Flight RAF (1940-41)[85]
  • Overseas Aircraft Preparation Flight RAF (1941-42)[85]
  • Oxford University Flight RAF (1927)[37]
  • Palestine Truce Observance Flight RAF (1948-49)[37]
  • Polish Training and Grading Flight RAF (1940)[29]
  • Practice Flight RAF, Heliopolis (1928-38)[29]
  • Practice Flight RAF, Home Aircraft Depot, Henlow (1927-34 & 1937-39)[29]
  • Queen's Flight RAF (1953-95)[29]
  • Radar Meteorological Flight RAF (1946)[86]
  • Radar Reconnaissance Flight RAF (1951-63)[86]
  • Radar Training Flight RAF (1972-77)[86]
  • Radio Development Flight RAF (1942-43)[86]
  • Rapid Landing Flight RAF (1950)[51]
  • RDF Flight Blida RAF (1943)[51]
  • Reserve Command Instrument Training Flight RAF (1945-50)[87]
  • ROC Flight RAF (1940)[88]
  • Rota Experiment Flight RAF (1939)[88]
  • Royal Air Force Antarctic Flight (1949-51)[89]
  • Royal Air Force Meteorological Flight RAF, Eastchurch, Duxford and Mildenhall (1924-41)[18]
  • Royal Air Force Staff College Flight RAF (1922-27)[90]
  • Royal Flying Corps Detached Flight, Moascar (-1915)[91]
  • Royal Flying Corps Flight, Basra (1915)[91]
  • Royal Norwegian Navy Flight (1942-43)[91]
  • Seaplane Rescue Flight RAF, Kalafrana (1941)[28]
  • Secret Intelligence Service Flight RAF (-1939)[75]
  • Security Flight RAF, Ismailia (1945-??)[92]
  • Shipping Interception Flight RAF (1941-42)[93]
  • Signals Co-Operation Flight RAF (1921-24)[93]
  • Singapore Operational Training Flight RAF (1972-73)[93]
  • South African Air Observation Post Flight RAF (1945-45)[93]
  • Spotter Flight RAF, Kai Tak (1939-??)[41]
  • Spotter Flight RAF, Seletar (1939)[41]
  • Supernumerary Camel Flight RAF (1918)[94]
  • Swifter Flight RAF (1959-60)[52]
  • Tanker Training Flight RAF (1965-69)[95]
  • Target Development Flight RAF (??-1944)[95]
  • Target Facilities Flight RAF, Binbrook (1966-73)[95]
  • Target Facilities Flight RAF, Leuchars (1966-73)[95]
  • Target Facilities Flight RAF, Wattisham (1966-73)[95]
  • Training Command Practice Flight RAF (1931-37 & 1940)[96]
  • Training Flight RAF, Halton (1934-39)[50]
  • Transport Command Development Flight RAF (1951-57)[50]
  • Transport Training Flight RAF (1942)[38]
  • Vintage Pair Flight RAF (1972-86)[97]
  • VISTRE Flight RAF (1946-52)[39]
  • Voice Flight RAF (1954-59)[39]
  • VVIP Flight RAF (1944-45)[39]
  • Wireless Direction Finding Flight RAF (1937-38)[98]
  • Wireless Flight RFC (1914)[98]
  • Yatesbury Wireless Flight RAF (1940)[99]
  • Yugoslav Training Flight, Royal Air Force Element (1945)[99]
  • Yugoslav Training Flight RAF (1944-45)[99]

Target Towing Flights

See also

References

Citations

  1. ^ Lake 1999, p. 81.
  2. ^ Lake 1999, p. 82.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q Lake 1999, p. 83.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t Lake 1999, p. 84.
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w Lake 1999, p. 85.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Lake 1999, p. 86.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Lake 1999, p. 87.
  8. ^ a b c d e f Lake 1999, p. 88.
  9. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 37.
  10. ^ a b c d e Lake 1999, p. 36.
  11. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 48.
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Lake 1999, p. 49.
  13. ^ a b c d e f g Lake 1999, p. 50.
  14. ^ a b c d e f g h i Lake 1999, p. 138.
  15. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 94.
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Lake 1999, p. 95.
  17. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 18.
  18. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 176.
  19. ^ Lake 1999, p. 281.
  20. ^ Lake 1999, p. 265.
  21. ^ a b c d e f Lake 1999, p. 9.
  22. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 35.
  23. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 41.
  24. ^ Lake 1999, p. 56.
  25. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 57.
  26. ^ a b c d e f g Lake 1999, p. 66.
  27. ^ a b c d e f g Lake 1999, p. 109.
  28. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 183.
  29. ^ a b c d e Lake 1999, p. 158.
  30. ^ Lake 1999, p. 28.
  31. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 42.
  32. ^ Lake 1999, p. 108.
  33. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 131.
  34. ^ Lake 1999, p. 55.
  35. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 134.
  36. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 135.
  37. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 154.
  38. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 289.
  39. ^ a b c d e f Lake 1999, p. 290.
  40. ^ a b c d e f g Lake 1999, p. 187.
  41. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Lake 1999, p. 188.
  42. ^ Lake 1999, p. 90.
  43. ^ Lake 1999, p. 96.
  44. ^ Lake 1999, p. 99.
  45. ^ Lake 1999, p. 246.
  46. ^ Lake 1999, p. 232.
  47. ^ Lake 1999, p. 47.
  48. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 65.
  49. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 127.
  50. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 288.
  51. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 161.
  52. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 279.
  53. ^ Lake 1999, p. 156.
  54. ^ Lake 1999, p. 11.
  55. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 14.
  56. ^ Lake 1999, p. 19.
  57. ^ Lake 1999, p. 20.
  58. ^ Lake 1999, p. 22.
  59. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 23.
  60. ^ Lake 1999, p. 25.
  61. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 26.
  62. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 31.
  63. ^ Lake 1999, p. 34.
  64. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 39.
  65. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 40.
  66. ^ Lake 1999, p. 51.
  67. ^ Lake 1999, p. 58.
  68. ^ Lake 1999, p. 64.
  69. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 43.
  70. ^ a b c d e f g h i Lake 1999, p. 71.
  71. ^ Lake 1999, p. 44.
  72. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 101.
  73. ^ Lake 1999, p. 117.
  74. ^ Lake 1999, p. 118.
  75. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Lake 1999, p. 130.
  76. ^ Lake 1999, p. 45.
  77. ^ Lake 1999, p. 204.
  78. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 132.
  79. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 133.
  80. ^ Lake 1999, p. 136.
  81. ^ Lake 1999, p. 77.
  82. ^ Lake 1999, p. 137.
  83. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 140.
  84. ^ Lake 1999, p. 142.
  85. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 153.
  86. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 159.
  87. ^ Lake 1999, p. 171.
  88. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 173.
  89. ^ Lake 1999, p. 174.
  90. ^ Lake 1999, p. 177.
  91. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 179.
  92. ^ Lake 1999, p. 184.
  93. ^ a b c d Lake 1999, p. 186.
  94. ^ Lake 1999, p. 78.
  95. ^ a b c d e Lake 1999, p. 280.
  96. ^ Lake 1999, p. 283.
  97. ^ Lake 1999, p. 46.
  98. ^ a b Lake 1999, p. 292.
  99. ^ a b c Lake 1999, p. 293.

Bibliography

  • Lake, A (1999). Flying units of the RAF. Shrewsbury: Airlife. ISBN 1-84037-086-6.
  • Sturtivant, Ray, ISO and John Hamlin. RAF Flying Training and Support Units since 1912. Tonbridge Wells, Kent, UK: Air-Britain (Historians) Ltd., 2007. ISBN 0-85130-365-X.
  • Sturtivant, R C (15 February 1957), "Below Squadron Status Part I", Flight