The daring 1,800-mile journey of three Tiger Moths across Africa
The concept was in the madcap class, the execution seemingly impossible: to fly three 50-year-old de Havilland Tiger Moths from Johannesburg, South Africa, to the remote reaches of Botswana’s Okavango Swamps, more than 1,800 miles away. In the August 1988 issue of Aeroplane Monthly, Dave Hanson recounts the adventure
Puss Moth and Tiger Moth update
A distinctive Puss Moth is now at Old Warden, while a Tiger Moth is being transferred to the Hooton Park Trust
Did you know the USAAF used Tiger Moths?
As an avid fan of the USAAF’s Eighth Air Force, there was only one choice for Clive Denney when choosing a scheme for his latest Tiger Moth restoration…
Canadian de Havilland Tiger Moth reaches museum
The Mount Hope, Ontario-based Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum has acquired a third airworthy de Havilland Tiger Moth
Ant's Airplanes’ Tiger Moth
In this review, we take a detailed look at Ant’s Airplanes rendition of the de Havilland Tiger Moth.
The scholarship inspiring young aviators and promoting vintage aviation
The family and friends of Thomas Castle, who lost his life in 2019, are working to ensure his name lives on to inspire young aviators and promote vintage aviation. Martin Needham learns more about the Thomas Castle Aviation Heritage Scholarship
Ant's Airplanes Tiger Moth for Microsoft Flight Simulator
The Tiger Moth was the first ever aircraft produced by Ant's Airplanes. In 2019 it was rebuilt for FSX and Prepar3D, and now it has been converted for Microsoft Flight Simulator with extra detail added to take full advantage of the new platform.
Winner of de Havilland flying scholarship revealed
Selma Gage awarded flight training bursary
Twenty year Tiger Moth project completed
De Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth ‘17’ (3619) has been returned to static display condition in Uruguay
The origins of the Mission Aviation Fellowship
Wartime inspired an alternative form of service, birthing Mission Aviation Fellowship – now more than 75 years old. Robin Evans and Darren Harbar explain all