HTK-BS49 RAF Coastal Command & RN FAA paint set
Standard colours of British maritime planes during WW2
The Coastal Command was the RAF's maritime arm tasked with protection of Allied convoys (most successful after 1943 when it finally received Very Long Range aircraft). The Fleet Air Arm operated carrier-based fighters, torpedo bombers and recce aircraft.
RAF CC planes wore firstly Temperate Land Scheme (except for flying boats) and from mid-1941 Temperate Sea Scheme (with Sky "Type S" and later White undersurfaces).
The same scheme was also widely used by RN FAA planes from the beginning of war (firstly with Sky Grey and then Sky "Type S" undersurfaces).