Wednesday May 1
Its tiny, its cute, its French - I want one! The Druine Turbulent
The French, as a nation, have always loved flying, and have had a strong light aircraft industry to back this up.
Sky's the limit in a Tiger Moth
The West Australian © Quirky tourism: Raymond Long gets set to take off on a Tiger Moth flight given to him as an 85th birthday present.
A Tiger from Down Under
The DH82A seen here under stormy skies at the Great Vintage Flying Weekend, Keevil, is that rare survivor, an Australian-built de Havilland Tiger Moth.
'If it LOOKS right....
Think, North American Mustang, de Havilland Mosquito, Hawker Hart, Supermarine Spitfire.
A Hornet Moth goes to war - the life and times of a DH87B
In 2006, it was decided that we would stage one of the Great Vintage Flying Weekend events at the former RAF Keevil in Wiltshire.