Aviation Photo #0067689 De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth - Untitled

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    De Havilland (Australia) DH-82A Tiger Moth
    De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
    De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moth
    De Havilland
    DHA34
    VH-FAS
    A17-37
    Jandakot
    Western Australia
    Australia
    February 6, 2000
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Comments (12)

Anonymous
11 years ago
It shows the aircraft in all its former glory, remembering that this one is used for aerobatics as well as pleasure flights.
Anonymous
11 years ago
I flew the DH 82 with the RAF in 1942, this aeroplane lokks almost like new after all these years!
Anonymous
11 years ago
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 ?
Thanks
Gianni Nasazzi
Anonymous
10 years ago
Plane good, confusing background
Anonymous
10 years ago
These photos always emote a sense of awe that the technology and human determinatioin could achieve so much with so little
Anonymous
8 years ago
Awesome shot of a Tiger Moth aircraft, good focus, beautiful paint job
Anonymous
8 years ago
My first love .ex raf pilot .raf station hucknal all the best to all sgt jagielski
Anonymous
8 years ago
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
Anonymous
8 years ago
Building a Tiger Moth replica. Looking for authentic paint schemes.
Anonymous
7 years ago
It is an excelent photo
Anonymous
6 years ago
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
Anonymous
6 years ago
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

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