The Tiger Moth has its very own unique place in history associated with pioneering aviators such as Amy Johnson and Cobham’s flying circus.
The DH82A Tiger Moth took its first flight in 1931, it was about a year after this that it went in to service as a basic trainer for pilots throughout the war. By the end of the Second World War it is thought that there were around 5000 of these aircraft built.
Facts about the DH82A Tiger Moth
Use – basic two seat trainer
Type – wood and fabric covered bi-plane