Exhibit: Royal Air Force 2000
In 1939 the requirement by the RAF for a new trainer resulted in the commissioning of the DH82. The DH82 is the result of the DeHavilland company's evolution of their DH37 Humming Bird through the DH60 when it was first called the Moth. Cruising at 80 MPH the Tiger Moth had a range of 300 miles. The Tiger Moth saw service until 1955 although there are many still flying around the world.
- Length: 23 ft. 11 in. (7.29m)
- Wing span: 9 ft. 10 in. (3m)
- Weight: Max 1825 lbs. (827.8Kg.) Empty 1200 lbs. (544.3Kg.)
- Power: Gypsy Major 1C, 4Cyl. inline,direct drive
- Details: Fabric covered trainer, 1939
Date: 31 Jan 2000
copyright 2000/FW/The Associates
Throttle, mixture and pitch panel.
These snaps were taken in Microsoft Flight Simulator 2002 over Hawaii.
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