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de Havilland Tiger Moth
  • Web 800x562px 28.22cm x 19.8cm@72dpi
  • HQ 2400x1685px 20.32cm x 14.3cm@300dpi
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de Havilland Tiger Moth

Tiger Moths have been buzzing about the world’s skies since 1931. They are regarded with special affection by aircraft enthusiasts. Leisurely paced and stable, but highly manoeuvrable, these two-seaters with their dual controls were the training machines for a whole generation of pilots in times of both peace and war. By 1945, some 8500 had been built in various countries, including 345 built as trainers for the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) at de Havilland’s New Zealand factory at Rongotai Airport in Wellington. After the war, surplus machines were purchased by aero clubs and for private use.

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