Formed 27 Nov 1939 in Wien-Aspern as BFS Wien-Aspern, from parts of II./KGzbV172.
On 15 Jan 1940 redesignated Blindflugschule 4 (BFS 4).
On 15 Oct 1943 redesignated Flugzeugführerschule B 34.
Pilot training ended Oct 1944. Disbanded 4 Feb 1945.
Used the following aircraft: Fw 58, Fw 200, He 111, Ju 52, Ju 86, Ju 88 and Si 204
Airfields and Air Base Locations
|27 Nov 1939 - 4 Apr 1941||Wien-Aspern*|
|4 Apr 1941 - 4 Feb 1945||Copenhagen-Kastrup*|
* satellite airfields: Schwerin, Neumünster, Kolberg, Pütnitz, Værløse
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