RAF Shallufa [entry point]


RAF Shallufa [entry point]


RAF Shallufa was an RAF station located in Egypt, immediately north of the town of Suez.

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RAF Shallufa was the most southerly of the RAF stations in Egypt. It was used by Wellingtons of the RAF Middle East and Mediterranean campaign, including 37 Squadron which was posted to the station in December 1941. 162 Squadron, 38 Squadron and 458 Squadron, all with Wellingtons also used the station. Post war the station was used by Vampires and Meteors as well as detachments of Lancasters and Lincolns.


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“RAF Shallufa [entry point],” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 23, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/43994.

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