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RCAF Station Calgary
(Municipal Airport)

General Information

Base / Station: Calgary (Municipal airport)

Province: Alberta

Dates of Operation or Period of Information:

Integral Units: No 37 Service Flying Training School

Remote Units:

Unit Duties / Information:

Aircraft Flown:

Commanding Officers:

Financial Impact:  formed nucleus of present-day international airport.

Current Status:  some hangers and base buildings stil exist, all civilian owned.  Remnants of runways/taxiways still present.  All south-east corner of airport.

RCAF Aerodrome Calgary (Municipal), Alberta.
Image from the
RCAF Pilots Manual of Aerodromes and Seaplane Bases
circa 1942.
Calgary Aerial Map 1951 Showing the three Aerodromes in Calgary, posted on Facebook by Ken Meintzer on 31 March 2020
Aerial Photo – Calgary – Municipal, Alberta

Location – Google Map

Station Magazine
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Fatalities

This list was compiled from the entries in the Daily diaries of No. 37 Service Flying Training School and other sources.  The list likely does not include all fatalities of personnel who died while stationed at RCAF Station Calgary, and likely includes some errors. Currently this list contains __ personnel.

Notable Alumni

Aircraft List

Course List – No 37 Service Flying Training School

This List is incomplete and will be enhanced as my time permits and as requests are received.

Course NumberStart DateGraduation DateNumber of Students

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Bill Northcott

    Thanks for posting, its nice to get more information like this. My dad served at #10 Repair Depot which I believe was close to Curry Barracks and #3 SFTS. #3 SFTS flew mostly Harvards. Mr dad was an Air Frame mechanic and Propellor tech, he worked on Harvards, Avro Ansons, Cessna Cranes, Tiger Moths, Fleet Forts and Fairchild Cornells mostly.

    1. Nathan Kachur

      Thank you for the information. I do intend to expand the information (including No 10 RD) as time moves forward. Thank you again.

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