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Upavon

Major
Also known as: RAF Upavon / RFC Upavon / Trenchard Lines
County: Wiltshire
Current Status: Army barracks / Aviation
Date: 19 June 1912 - 30 June 1993
Current Use: Limited flying
Used By: RAF / RFC / FAA / USAS

The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have at least potentially significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/07/2013):

  • Tidworth HIVE
  • Upavon Parish Council

Main unit(s) present:

  • No 1 Group

  • No 3 Sqn

  • No 9 Sqn

  • No 17 Sqn

  • No 38 (Air Support) Group

  • No 38 Gp Air Transport Examining Unit

  • No 38 Gp Comms Flight

  • No 38 Gp Examining Unit

  • No 46 Group

  • No 46 Gp Air Transport Examining Unit

  • No 54 Sqn

  • No 72 Sqn

  • No 73 Sqn

  • No 85 Sqn

  • No 87 Sqn

  • 104th Aero Sqn

  • No 230 Sqn

  • No 248 MU

  • No 622 GS

  • No 622 VGS

  • No 800 Sqn

  • No 801 Sqn

  • No 802 Sqn

  • No 810 Sqn

  • No 820 Sqn

  • No 821 Sqn

  • No 823 Sqn

  • No 824 Sqn

  • No 1310 (Transport) Flight

  • No 1537 BAT Flight

  • Air Support Command

  • CFS

  • Experimental Flight

  • Handling Flight

  • Moonrakers GC

  • Southern Command (AGA) GC

  • Transport Command

  • Transport Command Communication Flight

  • Transport Command Communication Sqn

  • Western Communication Sqn

  • Wyvern GC

RFC - RAF, celebrating fifty years airborne at Upavon, 1962. Courtesy of British Pathé

Decoy Airfield(s):

All Cannings

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