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RCAF Station Weyburn

General Information

Base / Station:   Weyburn

Province: Saskatchewan

Dates of Operation or Period of Information:   5 Jan 42-30 June 44

Units: 

Unit Duties / Information: 

Commanding Officers:

Financial Impact:

Post RCAF Evolution:

  • The Publication On Track…the Pilot’s Air Travel Guide (First Annual Edition – 1978) lists the Aerodrome as “Weyburn” – See photos on this page.

Date / Reason for Closure:  Current Status:   civil airfield JE3

On Track…the Pilot’s Air Travel Guide (First Annual Edition – 1978) Weyburn Aerodrome (Part 2)
RCAF Aerodrome Weyburn, Saskatchewan.
Image from the
RCAF Pilots Manual of Aerodromes and Seaplane Bases
circa 1942.
On Track…the Pilot’s Air Travel Guide (First Annual Edition – 1978) Weyburn Aerodrome (Part 1)

Location – Google Map

Photo Gallery

Commemorative Plaque, No 8 and 41 Service Flying Training School, Weyburn, Saskatchewan – Facebook Photo by Peter Whitfield

Station Magazine
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1944

January

Unit disbanded effective 22 January 1944. Facility taken over by No 8 Service Flying Training School on that date.

1944

Effective 23 January 1944 the school was relocated from Moncton, New Brunswick. Please see Moncton for the preceding Daily Diary index for No 8 Service Flying Training School.

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Fatalities

This list was compiled from the entries in the Daily diaries of No. 41 Service Flying Training School, No 8 Service Flying Training School, and other sources.  The list likely does not include all fatalities of personnel who died while stationed at RCAF Station Weyburn, and likely includes some errors. Currently this list contains 17 personnel.

Notable Alumni

Aircraft List

  • Wikipedia
  • MilitaryBruce.com – Canadian Military History by Bruce Forsyth
  • Site Plan:
  • Aerodrome Disposal File:

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