Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Fancy a flight in a WWII warbird

Now if this doesn't get you salivating I don't know what will. Delta Aviation are selling experience flights in DH82A de Havilland Tiger Moths.

These de Havilland Tiger Moths dates back to the golden age of flying - the 1930s - when the RAF used the Tiger Moth as a training aeroplane for almost all their pilots including those who flew Hurricanes and Spitfires. All flights are flown as a trial flying lesson with a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) qualified flying instructor as your pilot who will give you the opportunity to take control of this beautiful aircraft. Awesome!

Whats even cooler is they have a AT6 harvard WWII US Air Force trainer and ... wait for it ... a P-51 Mustang at very limited availability. I have to be honest I almost wet myself when I found this out as I had no idea anything like this was available in the UK.

I dare you to book a flight today and if you do make sure you come back and tell us all about it. I'm saving right now I can tell you.

Delta Aviation

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