No. 334 Squadron RAF


No. 334 (Norwegian) Squadron RAF
De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito ExCC.jpg
de Havilland Mosquito
CountryUnited Kingdom / Norwegian Government in exile
BranchRoyal Air Force

No. 334 (Norwegian) Squadron was a Royal Air Force aircraft squadron that operated after the Second World War. Established after V-E Day, it soon became 334 Squadron of the Royal Norwegian Air Force.[1]


The squadron was formed on 26 May 1945 at RAF Banff, Scotland from B Flight of 333 Squadron.[2] The squadron operated the de Havilland Mosquito on anti-shipping sorties and other operations along the Norwegian coast.[1] Within a few weeks it had moved to Gardermoen and control was handed over to the Royal Norwegian Air Force on 21 November 1945.[1][2]

Aircraft operated

Dates Aircraft Variant Notes
1945[2] De Havilland Mosquito VI Twin-engined fighter-bomber

See also


  1. ^ a b c Orbis 1985, p. 4100
  2. ^ a b c Jefford 1988, p 86


  • Jefford, C.G. (1988). RAF Squadrons. Airlife Publishing Ltd. ISBN 1-85310-053-6.
  • The Illustrated Encyclopedia of Aircraft (Part Work 1982-1985). Orbis Publishing.