Take the front seat a vintage Tiger Moth for an unforgettable aerobatics flight around the Redcliffe coastal area to Woody Point, Hornibrook wetlands, Lake Samsonvale and Narangba.
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Excellent, would recommend a flight experience of a lifetime with a great pilot. 10 out of 10.
I loved my 30 minute acrobatic flight over Redcliffe and Brisbane. Joe my Pilot was awesome, he made I had the full acrobatic experience, I could have stayed up in the air all day!
The Tiger Moth flight was fantastic. I would highly recommend it and Warwick the pilot to everyone.
The Tiger Moth pilot was excellent, I could not have asked for anyone better. The whole experience was professional but relaxed, which made the passenger totally at ease. A credit to all involved.
Very enjoyable time. Warwick was a great Pilot and full of energy and information.
Warwick was incredibly easy going and made the whole experience really worth while, he was accommodating to my partner who stayed on the ground and made everyone feel welcome
Had a fantastic time , beautiful views and some full -on aerobatics, glad I kept my breaky done !!
Warrick was great and the flight was amazing
Warrick was fantastic
This pilot and flight company were great. Very friendly and helpful.
About your Aircraft
The de Havilland DH 82 Tiger Moth is a 1930s biplane designed by Geoffrey de Havilland and was operated by the Royal Air Force and others as a primary trainer. The Tiger Moth remained in service with the RAF until 1952 when many of the surplus aircraft entered civil operation. Many other nations used the Tiger Moth both in military and civil applications and the ubiquitous little trainer is still in great demand worldwide as a recreational aircraft. It is still occasionally used as a primary training aircraft, although now most Tiger Moths employed in training and recreation flights, and are used by pilots gaining experience for 'taildragger' license ratings.
Crew: 2, Pilot sits in rear
Length: 23 ft 11 in (7.34 m)
Wingspan: 29 ft 4 in (8.94 m)
Height: 8 ft 9 in (2.68 m)
Wing area: 239 ft² (22.2 m²)
Empty weight: 1,115 lb (506 kg)
Loaded weight: 1,825 lb (828 kg)
Powerplant: 1× de Havilland Gipsy Major I inverted 4-cylinder inline, 130 hp (100 kW)
Maximum speed: 109 mph at 1,000 ft (175 km/h at 300 m)
Range: 302 miles (486 km)
Service ceiling: 13,600 ft (4,145 m)
Rate of climb: 673 ft/min (205 m/min)