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The prototype DH82 Tiger Moth first flew in October 1931 with some early production models being bought by civilian owners. However the majority of Tiger Moths were employed with the RAF or with the Elementary and reserve flying schools. The Tiger Moth is a development of the earlier DH60G Gipsy Moth, it was strengthened for service use, fitted with an inverted (rather then upright) engine for improved forward view and the wings were staggered to allow easier exit from the cockpit by parachute. After serving for a while, the DH82 Tiger Moth was modified with the Gipsy Major engine instead of the Gipsy III and plywood instead of fabric covered top fuselage decking, these modifications led to the Tiger Moth being designated the DH82a. Click here to know more about the Tiger Moth's history

Being up to 72 years old, only a handfull of tiger moth are "Public transport registered", these (see below) are amongst the only tigers authorized by the CAA to offer trial lessons or flight training in the UK.

 
     
 
 
 
De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth
1933 Tiger Moth G-ACDC
 

G-ACDC - born in 1933
DELTA CHARLIE is the oldest Tiger Moth in the world. She is with ACDJ from the first batch of Tiger Moths ever built. She wears the original colours of the Brookland Aviation School of Flying based in Hatfield and run by the De Haviland company before WW2.

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De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth
1939 Tiger Moth G-ASKP
 

G-ASKP - born in 1939
KILO PAPA has changed of colour scheme many times after having served in the second world war as an RAF elementary trainer. She now wears the colours of the original Brookland Aviation School of Flying and can be seen at air shows all over the UK teaming with G-ACDC.

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De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth G-ADGT
1940 Tiger Moth G-ANKT
 

G-ANKT - born in 1940
KILO TANGO is a very mysterious Tiger Moth, in fact very little is known about her especially during her time in the RAF in the Second World War. Now being part of the stunning shuttleworth collection of vintage aircraft she wears the original RAF camouflage colour scheme.

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De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth
1940 Tiger Moth G-ANMV
 

G-ANMV - born in 1940
MIKE VICTOR was purpose built in 1940 by the government and served in the second world war as an RAF elementary trainer. She then became a private aircraft before becoming an airliner of her own. She wears the original RAF camouflage colour scheme appart from a yellow nose in order to remain seen by other tourism aircraft.

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De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth K-2572
1942 Tiger Moth G-AOZH
 

G-AOZH - born in 1942
Built during the second World War, ZULU HOTEL kept its RAF
registration K-2572 and the original bright yellow of the training squadron. It is one of the most genuine Tiger Moths still flying in the UK.

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