Fiskerton
site map
airfield listing
usaaf listing
contact me
1970s (© via John Ward No. 49 Squadron Association)
RAF Fiskerton airfield
Airfield Today:
?
Tower Type:
?
Tower:
Demolished 1978
Other Buildings:
?
History:
Airfield built 1942.
/01/1943 to /10/1944, No 49 Squadron Avro Lancasters, moved to Fulbeck.
/01/1944 to /01/1945, No. 1513 Beam Approach Flight with Airspeed Oxfords.
/10/1944 to /09/1945, No. 576 Squadron from Elsham Wolds with Lancasters.
/10/1944, No. 150 Squadron with Lancasters, moved to Hemswell.
/10/1944 to /06/1945, No. 1690 (Bomber) Defence Training Flight with Martinets and Spitfires.
/10/1945 to 1953, Airfield site used by No. 61, 93 and 255 Maintenance Units.
/1960 to 1992, No. 15 Group, Royal Observer Corps H.Q.
RAF Fiskerton airfield
Fiskerton control tower 1945 (© via John Ward No. 49 Squadron Association)
RAF Fiskerton airfield
Airfield:
Operational bomber
Opened:
/10/1943
Closed:
/1953
Code:
??
USAAF Station:
N/A
Runways:
x - concrete, tarmac
Hangars:
x - 4
County:
C
Location:
3
OS Ref:
T
Links:
www.raffiskertonairfield.co.uk
©:
All photographs copyright © as stated
RAF Fiskerton airfield
1971 (© Peter Broom)
1970s (© via John Ward No. 49 Squadron Association)
1978 (© Ian Woodward)
RAF Fiskerton airfield
RAF Fiskerton airfield + control tower = www.controltowers.co.uk © robert truman 2018 - Fiskerton -