Supermarine Southampton at Seletar
Initially in Service with The Far East Flight, which then became 205 Squadron at Seletar (Singapore) from January 1929 until February 1935.
In Service with 205 Squadron at RAF Seletar ( Singapore ) from April 1935 until January 1941
& 230 Squadron from November 1936 until June 1938.
First RAF land planes based at Seletar.
from Seletar by 36 Squadron from November 1930 to April 1935
Hawker Hurricanes flew with 232 & 258 Squadrons in 1942
The Catalina Served with 205 Squadron in the early 1940s
The Fairley Albarcore, a single engine Torpedo bomber, was used by 36 Squadron to supplement it's Wildebeests from December 1941 until the Japanese Occupation in 1942.
The Supermarine Spitfire served with 11, 17, 22, 681 & 684(81) Squadrons at RAF Seletar
RAF personnel inspect six Australian-built Bristol Beaufort Mark Vs, shortly after their arrival at Kallang, Singapore. The aircraft were intended for the re-equipment of No. 100 Squadron RAF but, as they were unarmed and their crews possessed no operational training, five were returned to Australia, while the sixth was employed on photographic-reconnaissance duties.
The Percival Pembroke Served with 209 Squadron during the early 1960s
The Glouster Meteor Flew with 81 Squadron at RAF Seletar
81 Sqn Meter WB159 1950s
The Douglass Dakota was used by 81 Squadron at RAF Seletar
Taylorcraft Auster Aircraft flew with 81 Squadron at RAF Seletar
Avro Anson served with 81 Squadron at RAF Seletar
34 Squadron flew the Blackburn Beverley at RAF Seletar from
October 1960 to December 1967.
RAF Seletar June 1962 to March 1969
Flew with 52 Squadron at RAF Seletar from December 1966 to February 1969