Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum – Tiger Moth Flight and Visit #1
As things start opening up, I was lucky enough to be able to book a flight as a passenger on a de Havilland Tiger Moth at The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario – First time taking a flight other than being an airline passenger.
Amazing experience, tough part was selecting an aircraft, which ended up being the Tiger Moth.
Talk about agile – I was able to bank a few times and do a few turns, amazing how sensitive the controls are. If I am lucky enough to book a second flight (whenever that will be) I will probably select the Harvard/Texan.
Also lucky enough to see the Lancaster taken out for an engine run – apparently only 2 Lancs flying these days.
Also was able to see an actual windscreen from one of the original CF-105 AVRO Arrows.
Many others will be in a second post.
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