WHAT WAS FERRING OPERATION CALLED "AMFERO"?

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  1. Aerophil

    Aerophil New Member

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    The WW2 Atlantic aircraft ferrying operation "ATFERO" is well known, and there are lots of references to it on the Internet. I am looking for any information about the ferrying operation called "AMFERO", which I think was the Pacific aircraft ferrying operation. I can't find any information about it on the Internet.

    Ken
     
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    Aaron Brooks Wolters Well-Known Member

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    Aerophil, I may be wrong, but I think that they used ships to ferry aircraft in the Pacific under a certain size of bomber. Again, I may be wrong but this may be why you can't find anything on the ferrying operation there in the Pacific. I will keep looking but you know how it goes.
     
  3. Witold Kowalski

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    Hi
    I think You mean ATFERO- Atlantic Ferry Organisation-cyvil enterptise of transfering US-made planes for RAF.
    Brgds
     
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