More de Havilland D.H. 82 Tiger Moths

I thought I’d add a bit of colour to the site this week with a few Tiger Moths!

K2579 was one of the first Tiger Moth to serve with the RAF, and did not have the horizontal stabilizer extensions or “strakes” found on later models.

The Royal Dutch Navy was one of many operators of the Tiger Moth.

The Tiger Moth is now a classic warbird and a crowd favourite at airshows. G-APFU is one of the many preserved examples of this legendary aircraft.

G-BYTN is another preserved Tiger Moth, and sports the wartime markings of RAF N6720.

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