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Picture of the De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth aircraft

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More: De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth
More: Jandakot (JAD / YPJT)
More: Australia - Western Australia, February 6, 2000
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VH-FAS / A17-37 (cn DHA34) In constant demand for 'joy flights" over the City of Perth.
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A visitor from United States posted Fri February 19, 2010:
I started learning to fly in Tiger Moth at Jalandhar, India in 1956. After 53 years, as I look at the beautiful photograph, it brings back all the memories, sounds and smells of this great flying machine.JSD in USA

A visitor from - posted Sun January 17, 2010:
As an expilot I trained in Rhodesia [1943] at a place called Guinea Fowl near Bulawayo the Tiger Moth was my first love and still is remembered with affection

A visitor from - posted Tue October 20, 2009:
It is an excelent photo

A visitor from United States posted Tue October 14, 2008:
Building a Tiger Moth replica. Looking for authentic paint schemes.

A visitor from Canada posted Sun August 3, 2008:
I trained in the tiger moth. i remember our instructor told us that the moth was so stable that if you put it into a spin, it would probably pull iyself out. jaydee

A visitor from Poland posted Sun March 9, 2008:
My first love .ex raf pilot .raf station hucknal all the best to all sgt jagielski

A visitor from - posted Wed February 13, 2008:
Awesome shot of a Tiger Moth aircraft, good focus, beautiful paint job

A visitor from Canada posted Sat April 29, 2006:
These photos always emote a sense of awe that the technology and human determinatioin could achieve so much with so little

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Wed January 4, 2006:
Plane good, confusing background

A visitor from United Kingdom posted Sat October 22, 2005:
This Tiger Moth is a very nice photo, I have a 1/6 copy of this as flying model and I've copied all colors and details. I've a question ...What does VH-FAS on the queue means ?
Gianni Nasazzi

A visitor from United States posted Fri September 9, 2005:
I flew the DH 82 with the RAF in 1942, this aeroplane lokks almost like new after all these years!

A visitor from Australia posted Mon September 5, 2005:
It shows the aircraft in all its former glory, remembering that this one is used for aerobatics as well as pleasure flights.