No. 575 Squadron RAF was a transport squadron of the Royal Air Force during the Second World War. Contents. [hide]. 1 History; 2 Aircraft operated.
No 575 Squadron was formed at Hendon on 1 January 1944 from a nucleus supplied by No 512 Squadron. Equipped with Dakotas, it began training with.
No. 575 Sqn RAF : The air is our path. No. 575 Sqn RAF. No. 575 Royal Air Force flying squadrons. Topics Videos Discussion Write-ups. List of RAF aircraft. At Arnhem it provided forty-eight glider-towing aircraft in the first two days of the landings, following these up with thirty-eight re-supply missions. Further exercises, involving up to thirty-five aircraft, were mounted. Squadron's aircraft were used to tow Horsas to their landing zones near Arnhem.