Flugzeugführerschule A/B 24

Kommandeure:

  • Maj Hermann Bronner, 1 May 1939 - 31 Mar 1940
  • Oberst Rudolf Schonger, 1 Apr 1940 - 6 Jul 1943

Formed 1 May 1939 in Straubing (planned at Krems-Feuersbrunn), attached to as Schule/FAR.24.

On 1 Oct 1941 redesignated Flugzeugführerschule A/B 24 (FFS A/B 24).

On 18 Jun 1943 absorbed by FFS A/B 121, which became FFDA A/B 121.

Used the following aircraft: Ar 65, Ar 66, Ar 68, Ar 96, Avia B.534, Bu 131, Fw 56, Fw 58, Grunau Baby, He 45, He 72, Kl 35, MS.230, Praga E.241 and W.34

Airfields and Air Base Locations

1 May 1939 - Oct 1939 Straubing*
Oct 1939 - 29 Jan 1943 Olmütz**
29 Jan 1943 - 18 Jun 1943 Kitzingen

* originally planned for Krems-Feuersbrunn

** satellite airfields: Prerau, Holitz and Kremsier

This webpage was updated 11th October 2020