Airfields of the Czechoslovak RAF Squadrons

Location of airfields, in Great Britain, used by the Czechoslovak RAF Squadrons between 1940 and 1945.

Map key: Airfield: 68 Sqn 310 Sqn 311 Sqn 312 Sqn 313 Sqn
10 Group:
1 Talbenny, Pembrokeshire.
2 Angle, Pembrokshire
3 Fairwood Common
4 Pershore
5 Perranporth
6 Portrearh
7 Predannak
8 Harrowbeer
9 Bolt Head
10 Exeter
11 Churchstanton
12 Warmwell
13 Ibsley
11 Group:
14 Beaulieu
15 Appeldram
16 Tangmere
17 Lympne
18 Hawkinge
19 Manston
20 Kenley
21 Redhill
22 Blackbushe
23 Fairlop
24 Hornchurch
25 North Weald
26 Rochford
27 Southend
28 Bradwell Bay
29 Martlesham Heath
30 Mendlesham
31 Honnington
32 Castle Camps
33 Duxford
12 Group:
34 East Wretham
35 Coltishall
36 Wittering
37 Digby
38 Coleby Grange
39 Church Fenton
40 Leaconsfield
41 Hutton Cranswick
9 Group:
42 High Ercall
43 Llanbedr
44 Penhros
45 Valley
46 Speke
47 Jurby
13 Group:
48 Aldergrove
49 Catterick
50 Ayr
14 Group:
51 Montrose
52 Dyce
53 Petershead
54 Tain
55 Castletown
56 Skeabrae
57 Sumburgh




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2 Responses to Airfields of the Czechoslovak RAF Squadrons

  1. Fred Wilson says:

    What airfield was 312 squadron posted to at aour around June 23 1942:
    This re: http://lostaircraft.com/database.php?mode=viewentry&e=30219

  2. Anna Hradsky (Miss) says:

    Thank you, you have reminded me of one of the few times my Grandad ever came over from the Midlands to visit. He suddenly opened up about flying from East Anglia and My Mum took him to East Wretham and we saw the base from outside. you’ve bought back some happy memories.

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