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Halton

Major
Also known as: Halton Aerodrome / RAF Halton / RFC Halton
County: Buckinghamshire
Current Status: Aviation
Date: Opened 1917
Current Use: Active
Used By: RAF / RFC

The following organisations are either based at, use and/or have at least potentially significant connections with the airfield (as at 01/09/2011):

  • 96th Entry Halton 1960-63
  • Halton HIVE
  • Halton Parish Council
  • RAF Halton Aircraft Apprentices Association
  • RAF Halton Hot Air Balloon Club
  • St. Michael and All Angels Church, Halton
  • Trenchard Museum
  • Wendover Library

Main unit(s) present:

  • No 1 Air Stores Park

  • No 1 SoTT

  • No 2 Air Stores Park

  • No 3 Air Stores Park

  • No 4 Air Stores Park

  • No 5 Air Stores Park

  • No 5 (Signals) Wing

  • No 6 Air Stores Park

  • No 7 Air Stores Park

  • No 9 Personnel Holding Unit (WAAF)

  • No 23 Gp Comms Flight

  • No 24 EFTS

  • No 24 Gp Comms Flight

  • No 24 (Technical Training) Group

  • No 24 (Training) Group

  • No 60 Gp Comms Flight

  • No 80 Gp Comms Flight
  • No 112 Sqn RCAF
  • No 121 EGS

  • No 122 GS

  • No 529 Sqn

  • No 612 VGS

  • No 613 GS

  • No 613 VGS

  • No 1448 (Rota) Flight

  • No 2759 Sqn RAF Regiment
  • No 7644 Sqn RAuxAF
  • Air Ambulance Service

  • Air Training Corps Flight

  • Airmens Command Sqn
  • Bomber Command Comms Flight

  • Boys Training Depot
  • Boys' Training School
  • Defence Centre of Training Support

  • Force Development Training Centre
  • Halton Aero Club

  • Halton GC

  • Joint Information Activities Group
  • Logistics Specialist Training Wing
  • Polish Technical Training School

  • RAF Depot

  • RAF Halton Microlight Club 
  • RAF Halton Voluntary Band
  • Recruit Training Sqn
  • School of Parachute Training
  • School of Technical Training (Boys)
  • School of Technical Training (Men)
  • Specialist Training Sqn
  • Stress Management & Resilience Training Team
  • University College London GC
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Aircraft apron at Halton, 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Aircraft apron at Halton, 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Runway 02 threshold at Halton, looking towards Hangar (Building 287), 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Looking north from the runway 02 threshold at Halton, 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Loading Gantry at Halton, 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Hangar (Building 369) at Halton, 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Hangar (Building 287) at Halton, 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Hangar (Building 275) at Halton, 9 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Interior of a hangar (Building 275) at Halton, 15 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Interior of a hangar (Building 275) at Halton, 15 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Hangar (Building 288) at Halton, 15 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

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Motor Transport Garages (Building 268) at Halton, 15 September 2012. © Richard Flagg

Passing out day at Halton, 1937. Courtesy of British Pathé

Footage of the RAF Training School at Halton, 1938. Courtesy of British Pathé

RAF personnel exercising at Halton, 1938. Courtesy of British Pathé

Footage of an RAF Air Display at Halton, 1947. Courtesy of British Pathé

Queen Elizabeth II presenting colour to No 1 School of Technical Training RAF at Halton, 1952. Courtesy of British Pathé

Improved RAF Married Quarters at Halton, 1957. Courtesy of British Pathé

Apprentice technicians at Halton, 1959. Courtesy of Joluqa Malta

Gliding at Halton, 1960. Courtesy of British Pathé

RAF Recruits at Halton, 1962. Courtesy of Italianoboy UK

Parent(s)/HQ Airfields(s):

Luton

Decoy Airfield(s):

Puttenham

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