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Monday, April 9th 2012, 4:06am


DeHavilland Tiger Moth

De Havilland D.H. 82 Tiger Moth and D.H. 82A Tiger Moth II; based on the successful Moth series and the D.H. 60T in 1930 the RAF issued an order for 35 D.H.82 trainers, de Havilland then offered an improved version with a 130hp Gipsy Major and blind flying instruments. 50 of these have been ordered and follow on orders in 1935 and 1936 will comprise another 120. Dimensions; 29.4/ 23.11/ 8.9/ 239 sq ft; max speed 109mph; range 302 miles and service ceiling 13,600ft.


Monday, April 9th 2012, 4:09am

Miles M.9 Master

Miles M.9 Master; developed to T.4/37 as new two-seat advanced trainer with enclosed cockpit, radio equipment and retractable undercarriage for the training of fighter pilots. Dimensions; 39/ 29.9/ 9.3/ 235 sq ft; 1x 870hp RR Peregrine I ; max speed 242mph; range 393 miles and service ceiling 25,100ft.


Sunday, April 15th 2012, 9:07pm

DeHavilland Sea Moth

Float version of the Tiger Moth