Titles: De Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth No’s 1 and 2

The DH82 Tiger Moth was a typical 1930’s De Havilland biplane, developed from the earlier DH60G Gipsy Moth. The main change was moving the top wing forward to enable evacuation of the forward cockpit, and sweepback was introduced to maintain the centre of gravity. It quickly found favour with both civil and military pilot training organisations and over 9,000 were eventually built from assembly lines in England, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and several other countries.

It became the standard primary training aircraft in most commonwealth countries and was sold to over 20 other air arms. 200 examples supplied to Canada under the lend-lease scheme were designated PT-24 by the USAAF. It was also used in many other roles including agricultural topdressing in New Zealand.

We offer two titles containing flight manuals for the DH-82 Tiger Moth series, one title covers manuals produced in England and Australia and the second covers manuals produced in Canada and the USA. Each title is US$9.95. The files have been copied from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



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Title 1 contains:

  • Manual of Instructions for the Operation, Maintenance and Rigging of the DH82 Tiger Moth, manual TIM.1 (1st Australian Edition), undated  with approx. 44 pages.
  • Maintenance & Repair Manual for the Tiger Moth, manual DHTM1 dated June 1947 with approx. 126 pages.
  • Pilot’s Handling Notes for the DH82 Tiger Moth, produced by the Society of British Aero Clubs, undated with approx. 16 pages.

Title 2 contains:

  • Manual of Instructions for the Operation and Maintenance of the DH82C Tiger Moth, manual TIM.C1 (Canadian Edition), undated  with approx. 35 pages.
  • Schedule of Spare Parts for the De Havilland Tiger Moth, Canadian Air Publication No 264 dated June 1942 with approx. 232 pages.
  • USAAF Preliminary Handbook of Operation and Maintenance Instructions (Contractor’s unedited instructions) for the PT-24, Technical Order No 01-150GA dated 10-2-42 revised to 5-6-42 with approx. 22 pages.