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 also do airshow displays and heritage flights together with the Royal Norwegian Air Force, this helping with promoting and recruiting, showing the D.H. Vampire, Norway’s first jet fighter, often in close formation with RNoAF (Royal Norwegian Air Force) current combat aircraft the Lockheed F-16.
The Norwegian Air Force Historical Squadron is based at Rygge AB, 137 Air Wing, located South of Oslo and was founded in 2008. Our first aircraft D.H. Vampire, PX-M was acquired in 2005.
We have displayed at all major airshows in Norway. In the UK we have displayed at RAF Waddington Air Show, RAF Leuchars Air Show, Duxford Air Show, The Royal International Air Tattoo (RIAT) and North Weald
Preserve ex-military historical aircraft in an airworthy condition
Display unique historic aircraft to the public at airshows around Europe
Educate people in the important role these historical aircraft played in aviation
Proudly promote aviation heritage
de Havilland Vampire T.55 two seater
de Havilland Vampire FB.52 single seater
Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15UTI two seater
Pilots and admin
Engineers and techincal support