Canadian Air & Space Museum - De Havilland Tiger Moth
Bill Maloney

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01 DeHavilland Tiger Moth 02 DeHavilland Tiger Moth 03 Tiger Moth Main Gear 04 Tiger Moth Tail Wheel
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05 Cabin Heater Heat Exchanger 06 Gypsy Major IC Engine 07 Tiger Moth Canopy 08 Venturi Powering Instruments
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DeHavilland Tiger Moth Specifications:

DeHavilland Tiger Moths at other Aviation Museums in the Northeast
DeHavilland Tiger Moth DeHavillandTiger Moth at the CASM
Another DeHavilland Tiger Moth can be found at the Vintage Wings of Canada Museum in Gatineau, Canada A DeHavilland Tiger Moth At the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Mount Hope, Ontario, Canada
DeHavilland Tiger Moth Tiger Moth
DeHavilland Tiger Moth at the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Rhinebeck, NY DeHavilland Tiger Moth at the Canada Aviation Museum in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Length: 23 feet 11 inches
29 feet, 4 inches
8 feet, 9 inches
1,200 lbs Empty 1,800 lbs Max
Max Speed: 100 mph
Cruise Speed: 90 mph
Range: 300 miles
Service Ceiling: 14,000 feet
Fuel Capacity: 17 Gallons
Powerplant: DeHavilland Gipsy Major 1C 120 hp
First Flight : Oct. 26, 1931

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