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de Havilland Tiger Moth

The de Havilland Tiger Moth aircraft is build by de Havilland Aircraft.

The de Havilland DH 82 Tiger Moth is a 1930s biplane designed by Geoffrey de Havilland and was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) and others as a primary trainer.

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de Havilland Tiger Moth TK Drawing in First-angle Projection.

de Havilland Tiger Moth made its maiden flight in 1931. de Havilland Tiger Moth was introduced into active service in 1932. It was finally retired from active service in 1959, (military service) still in civil use. de Havilland Tiger Moth has a seating capacity of 2, student & instructor.

de Havilland Tiger Moth has an overall length of 7.34 meters (24.0_ft). It has a wing span of 8.94 meters (29.2_ft). The overall height of 2.68 meters (8.8_ft). The wing area of de Havilland Tiger Moth is of about 22.2 sq.meters (239.0_sq.ft.). The overall weight of an empty aircraft is about 506 kilograms (1,113.2_lbs). And it has a maximum take-off weight of about 828 kilograms (1,821.6_lbs). de Havilland Tiger Moth can reach a maximum speed of about 175 km/hr (94.5_knots, 108.8_mph). And the de Havilland Tiger Moth has a maximum crusing range of about 486 kilometers (302.0_miles, 262.4_nautical miles). Aircraft can reach a service height of about 4145 meters (13,554.2_ft).

The piston engine powered de Havilland Tiger Moth uses 1, de Havilland Gipsy Major I inverted 4-cylinder inline. It can deliver a total power of approximately 100 kilowatts (134.1_shaft horsepower).

Aircraft Onboard Bombs 8, x 20 lb bombs.

Updated On: 12.12.29