The daredevil flying ace from Charity Farm, Baxterley, near Atherstone, Warwickshire, is a familiar site in nearby villages and flying shows across the country as he soars through the skies in his 1941 Tiger Moth
During World War II, I served in the RAF and afterwards, in 1948/49, took my civilian pilot's licence in one of that club's Tiger Moth
They marched to Christ Church, Coatham, where poems and readings were made, before a Tiger Moth
biplane flew over the Cenotaph, dropping 20,000 poppy petals.
But after he was seen flying his classic 1941 Tiger Moth
bi-plane just a year later, the insurers demanded the return of pounds 73,922, plus interest.
Mr Broomfield was yesterday making a good recovery in Birmingham's Selly Oak Hospital after his Tiger Moth
plane ploughed into a field on Sunday.
The court heard Power, who runs the New Tiger Moth
, in Quorn Way, Ernesford Grange, told the victim he did not serve black people, before threatening him and telling him to get out of the premises.
At 11am a million poppies will be dropped over the ship from a Tiger Moth
to commemorate Remembrance Day.
A Tiger Moth
plane and thousands of poppy petals will mark the 60th anniversary of World War Two's end in moving and spectacular fashion.
A Midland businessman nicknamed the Red Baron was in hospital last night after his Tiger Moth
biplane nosedived into the ground from 300 feet.
But should he lose his way in politics, the man who part-owns a Tiger Moth
bi-plane will make a smooth landing.
Special thanks to Henry Isons for their kindness, especially Liza, and lastly to Paddy and Debbie, and their staff at the new Tiger Moth
That's because Betty is used to flying through the air with the greatest of ease in the cockpit of the legendary Tiger Moth