April 11, 2016

Love to be flown in a Tiger Moth? Register your interest here:

Aerobility to provide passenger flights in a Tiger Moth this summer. 

The de Havilland Tiger Moth was designed in the 1930’s and was the RAF’s standard trainer at this time. Many a student pilot who learnt to fly in this aircraft went on to fly the iconic aircraft of the second world war. This is your chance to maybe experience just what it was like at the time.

Flights will be from Popham EGHP (about 17 nm SW of Blackbushe). Exact price is currently still to be agreed, but we are hopeful we will be able to keep costs at a reasonable level. It is our intention to make a hoist available at a later point, but this may not be available from day one.

At this stage we would like to get an indication of likely demand, so if you are interested, please drop an email to Brian with a brief description of your impairment and stating whether or not you feel you would need the hoist to access the aircraft (happy to advise if you are not sure).

We will get back to you as soon as we have some definite dates.

Brian Catchpoole 
Aerobility Operations Manager
E-mail: Brian@Aerobility.com

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