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  De Havilland Tiger Moth
 

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    FURTHER INFORMATION
     
    The Tiger Moth Ring is maintained by Flying Wires, operators of Tiger Moth G-AJHS.  The Tiger Moth Ring is a Webring that aims to link all websites related to Moth aircraft in general
    and the Tiger Moth in particular. 
    Sturtivant, R. & Burrow, M (1995) 'Fleet Air Arm Aircraft 1939 to 1945'  Published by Air Britain (Historians) Ltd, 1995 ISBN: 0 85130 232 7 
    Search the UK G aircraft register or by search by  aircraft type
    Search the Australian aircraft register
    ZK-Registration Database (NewZealand Reg.)
    Search the South African ZS-civil register 
    CNAPG Individual Aircraft Details Tiger Moth Page  This page contains serials/registrations and details of the owners and individual history of many of the Tiger Moths produced.
    Commonwealth Air Training Plan Museum Details of the BCATP in Canada
    Australian Tiger Moths Details by serial number
    Individual aircraft detail page deHavilland Tiger Moth Aircraft are grouped under their registration /military serial numbers. Not all of these have had their individual links completed yet.
    Das Virtuelle Luftfahrtmuseum Details of preserved Tiger moths in European museums
    Warbird Alley Warbird Alley, an online reference source for information about privately-owned, ex-military aircraft. Includes details and specs and a summary total of airworthy aircraft.
    Sturtivant, R. & Burrow, M (1995) 'Fleet Air Arm Aircraft 1939 to 1945'  Published by Air Britain (Historians) Ltd, 1995 ISBN: 085130 232 7 
     
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