|Active 1945||Branch Royal Air Force|
|Country United Kingdom / Norwegian Government in exile|
No. 334 (Norwegian) Squadron was a Royal Air Force aircraft squadron that operated during the Second World War. After the war it became 334 Squadron of the Royal Norwegian Air Force.
The squadron was formed on 26 May 1945 at RAF Banff, Scotland from B Flight of 333 Squadron. The squadron operated the de Havilland Mosquito on anti-shipping sorties and other operations along the Norwegian coast. Within a few weeks it had moved to Gardermoen and control was handed over to the Royal Norwegian Air Force on 21 November 1945.