The school was formed by renaming 39 Training School at RAF Spitalgate. After moving from RAF Netheravon, the school became the first flying unit at RAF Little Rissington in August 1938 with Audaxes, Furies, Harts and Ansons as No. 6 Service Flying Training School.
No. 6 Flying Training School RAF is a Flying Training School (FTS) within No. 22 (Training) Group of the Royal Air Force that delivers flying training to University Air Squadrons and Air Experience Flights.
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No. 6 Flying Training School is a Flying Training School (FTS) within No. 22 (Training) Group of the Royal Air Force that delivers flying training to University Air Squadrons1 and Air Experience Flights.2 1 History 1.1 Reformation 2 Current Units 3 References 4 External links Initially formed by renaming 39 Training School at RAF Spitalgate After moving from RAF Netheravon, becoming the first ...
The second incarnation of 1 FTS occurred at RAF Leuchars on 1 April 1935, tasked with training Royal Navy officers for the Fleet Air Arm. On 26 August 1938, the unit returned to its birthplace at RAF Netheravon, and on 1 September 1939 it was renamed No. 1 Service Flying Training School. It disbanded on 7 March 1942, when Netheravon was ...
1 May 1951 - 1 Dec 1953. 1 Jun 1954 – 19 Mar 1964. Country. United Kingdom. Branch. Royal Air Force. Role. Pilot training. No. 8 Flying Training School (8 FTS) is a former Royal Air Force flying training school that operated between 1936 and 1964.
1 Jan 1936 - 1 Nov 1940. Formed at RAF Ternhill and redesignated as 10 Service Flying Training School on 3 September 1939 (just after the outbreak of the Second World War ). It was disbanded at Ternhill and transferred to Canada to become 32 Service Flying Training School.