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BB807

De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II C/N 3455

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Airframe Info

Manufacturer:De Havilland
Model:DH-82A Tiger Moth II    Search all De Havilland DH-82A
Year built:0000
Construction Number (C/N):3455
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats:2
Number of Engines:1
Engine Type:Reciprocating
Also Registered As:
G-ADWO    Cancel: 1958-09-15

Aircraft

Registration Number:BB807
Current Status:Deregistered

Owner

Owner:Royal Air Force
Address:,
United Kingdom
BB807

De Havilland DH-82A Tiger Moth II C/N Various

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Latest photos of BB807
  • BB807 - Solent Sky Museum - by Chris Hall by Chris Hall
  • BB807 - Solent Sky Museum - by Chris Hall by Chris Hall
  • BB807 - Solent Sky Museum - by Chris Hall by Chris Hall
  • BB807 - A composite of several airframes, mainly G-ADWO. On display at the Solent Sky Museum - by Howard J Curtis by Howard J Curtis

Airframe Info

Manufacturer:De Havilland
Model:DH-82A Tiger Moth II    Search all De Havilland DH-82A
Year built:0000
Construction Number (C/N):Various
Aircraft Type:Fixed wing single engine
Number of Seats:2
Number of Engines:1
Engine Type:Reciprocating

Aircraft

Registration Number:BB807
Current Status:Preserved

Owner

Owner:Solent Sky Museum
Address:Southampton, Hampshire SO14 3FR
United Kingdom

User Comments

Malcolm Clarke, 2014-10-20 07:47:14
 De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth BB807
This aircraft is believed to have been constructed from components of at least two Tiger Moths. The aircraft contributing the main components is recorded as being G–ADWO a DH82a that was built in 1936 and registered to Scottish Aviation Ltd. It was impressed into RAF service in October 1940 and given the serial number BB807, however it never again flew in civilian ownership after WWII and the remains were found in a barn near Ringwood in 1979. These components were used in conjunction with parts from similar aircraft G-AOAC in order to construct the aircraft on display in the museum. (Solent Sky Museum)