|Flying Regiment 1, Finnish Air Force
||1 January 1938 - June 1941
3 May 1942 - 1 December 1952
||Finnish Air Force
||reconnaissance and ground attack
||Winter War, Continuation War
Flying Regiment 1 (Finnish: Lentorykmentti 1 or LeR 1) was a mixed regiment, incorporating both fighter, reconnaissance and communication squadrons, of the Finnish Air Force during World War II. The unit was disbanded in June 1941, but reformed from the Supplement Flying Regiment on May 3, 1942.
After its deactivation it was formed int No. 2 Wing (Finnish: 2. Lennosto).
- 1st Airfield Company (1. Lentokenttäkomppania or 1.Le.KenttäK)
- 2nd Airfield Company (2. Lentokenttäkomppania or 2.Le.KenttäK)
The equipment consisted of some 200-240 aircraft, including Curtiss Hawk 75As, Fokker D.XXIs, Morane-Saulnier MS.406s, Gloster Gladiator IIs, Curtiss P-40M, LaGG-3, Fokker C.Xs, Westland Lysanders, VL Viima IIs, VL Myrsky IIs, Blackburn Ripon IIFs, and Bristol Blenheim Mk.Is.