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No. 1311 Flight RAF
Service history
Active 19 April 1944 – 21 July 1944
1 September 1953 - 15 February 1954
Role Transport

No. 1311 (Transport) Flight was first formed at RAF Llandow on 10 April 1944, equipped with Avro Anson I transport aircraft. The flight was disbanded on 21 July 1944 at RAF Thruxton, absorbed by 84 Group Support Wing.

1311 Flight was re-formed at RAF Seletar with Auster VI and Pioneer C.C.1 liaison aircraft, and dis-banded at Noble Field, Malaya, on 15 February 1954, to become the Supply Flight of No. 267 Squadron RAF.

Representative AircraftEdit

Anson I - MG471

Anson X - NK658

Auster VI - TW535

Pioneer C.C.1 - XE512


  • Lake, Alan. "Flying Units of the RAF".Airlife Publishing. Shrewsbury. 1999. ISBN 1-84037-086-6

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