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The NORWEGIAN AIR FORCE HISTORICAL SQUADRON is a non-profit organization, dedicated to keeping unique aircraft where they belong - in the air! We display them to the public at airshows as often as we can, so new generations can see them flying.

We have performed at major airshows in both Norway and abroad. Some of these events are: RAF Waddington Air Show, RAF Leuchars Air Show, Duxford Air Show, The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT), North Weald and the main airshow in Finland, the Lappeenranta International Air Show. Successfully representing Norway’s aviation heritage to the public.

Royal Norwegian Air Force F-16 & D.H. Vampire Tribute Fly Past UK 2012. 
Norwegian Wings over North Weald & Duxford Air Show September 2012.
F-16 serial: 686 sported a special paint scheme to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Norwegian Military Aviation.

A very important part of our work with the Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron is to keep the history of our aircraft and their heritage alive. This is done through our participation at Airshows all over Europe.

In addition to flying at airshows and public events, the Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron is available for celebratory air display, corporate or private events. We can conduct a one-aircraft solo aerobatic display, full aerial formation displays or fly pasts. Flying with the Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron in one of our two-seater jets is also possible for our members.

For more information about flying displays, or to find out what the Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron can do for you, contact team manager Mette Aarkvisla E-mail or telephone +47 93432372.

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