Battle Of Britain Air Show Tiger Moth Air Experience
Take the Tiger moth Air Experience - Take the controls of a DH 82 and follow the training path of WW2 Spitfire pilots - no flying experience required! The show has attractions for all the family including flight experiences, a funfair and stalls. Enjoy the show displays featuring WW2 military vehicles and aircraft.
The de Havilland DH.82 Tiger Moth was the principal type used in the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan where thousands of military pilots got their first taste of flight. The RAF found the Tiger Moth's handling ideal for training future fighter pilots. A robust little machine, it is generally docile and forgiving in normal flight. The Tiger Moth responds well to control inputs, and is fairly easy to fly for a tail-dragger. Its large "parachute" wings are very forgiving, and it stalls at a speed as slow as 25 knots with power. The Tiger Moth's biplane design makes it strong, You will be in constant communication with your instructor through your flying helmet. The instructor will handle the take off and landing - at their discretion you will be introduced to the flight controls.
Photography and video
Phones and cameras can be used during your flight if they are secured by a neck lanyard or wrist strap. Spectators and family members can take photos and videos from the ample viewing areas along the runway fence at the aerodrome.
Booking Your Battle Of Britain Air Show Tiger Moth Experience
Flights are available on a 'walk-in' basis, Saturday or Sunday. Strictly limited availability. The flight experience is transferable to alternative flying event dates should the flight be cancelled due to poor weather or any other circumstance.
Just a line to say what a superb experience I had flying in the Tiger Moth last Saturday. Almost seemed surreal . The pilot was fantastic, calm, clear and friendly which indeed made the experience all the much better. Thank you for making my day.
We could not let this week end without saying a big ‘thank you’ to you all for a brilliant afternoon this week. I had the most memorable experience flying over Leeds Castle in your World War II RAF de Havilland Tiger Moth trainer. The afternoon, meeting and talking with you all really was the icing on the cake for me.
Just to say a big thank-you to all involved with Jane’s birthday Tiger Moth flight this afternoon. She enjoyed it immensely and is still smiling about it this evening,one to remember!