de-Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth
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de Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth
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above! The Tiger Moth aircraft was built by British Commonwealth Countries; namely, England, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand! Most Tiger Moth aircraft seen nowadays are owned privately and can be seen performing air manoeuvres at airshow throughout the United Kingdom and elsewhere of the world! It's on record that more than 8,800 Tiger Moth aircraft were being produced during World War II! The two-seater piston engined de-Havilland Tiger Moth DH-82A biplane served as a primary and intermediate trainer for several novice pilots. The de-Havilland DH-82a Tiger Moth first entered service with the RAF as Tiger Moth II way back in 1932 and retired for military service in 1959! A total of about 4,000 Tiger Moth II was built specially for the British Royal Air Force by Morris Motors in Oxford UK! The good thing is that several de-Havilland Tiger Moths are still in use and most are owned privately!
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