De Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth
Probably the most well known, famous and loved biplane in the world.
Originally produced as a development of the well known Gipsy Moth, the Tiger Moth went on to become one of the worlds most famous training aircraft.
During World War Two it provided the majority of RAF pilots with their elementary flying training.
Pilots would then move on to either fighters such as the Spitfire and Hurricane or bombers such as the Lancaster and Wellington.
The Tiger Moths first flight was on the 26th October 1931
Max speed 104 mph, wingspan 29 ft 04 inch and was 23 ft 11 inches long
Produced from 1931 to 1944 the most well known, famous and loved biplane in the world.
Produced from 1931 to 1944