The Sun carries an article by James Clench saying that search-and-rescue pilot HRH Prince William, 27, is set to stay at RAF Mount Pleasant while his squadron provides cover for the islands.
He describes the base as holding about 2,000 military personnel. It was opened in 1985 by Prince Andrew who, during the Falklands War, flew Sea Kings - the same type of chopper William will fly.
Currently HRH Prince William is learning to fly at RAF Valley in Anglesey, North Wales.
The Sun says a source at St James's Palace confirmed William will go to the Falklands after passing a conversion course that is expected to end in September when the prince will fly for 22 Squadron C Flight.
About eighteen months ago newspapers reported HRH Prince William would be stationed in the Falklands but they did not take into consideration the length of his training.