No. 60 Squadron of the Royal Air Force was formed in 1916 at Gosport. It is currently part of No. 1 Flying Training School based at RAF Shawbury in Shropshire flying the Airbus H135 Juno HT1. The squadron badge is a markhor's head and was approved by King George VI in December 1937.
Welcome to 1 FTS, a virtual squadron component of RAF AIR UK that;
- coaches RAF AIR UK pilots to fly DCS rotary air frames both technically and tactically to known known standards
- encourages and facilitates rotary roles, small and large, within all RAFAIR Squadron missions as desired
- provide continuation skills training via performance review missions for those qualified.
- regularly, host missions available to all regardless of qualifications,
If you want to fly with us, we'll offer friendship, a laid back style, help, assistance and a formal training programme if desired. All initial training runs as a formal course. One at a time – none concurrent.
PM me for further details or any questions