Fly in a Tiger Moth in Kent! Fly in a very fine example of this classic biplane from Headcorn airfield near Ashford for a wonderfully vintage aerial experience over the Garden of England - it really is like stepping back in aviation time.
The club that owns and flies this Tiger Moth is certainly dedicated, as G-ACDC has been lovingly looked after by the team since the 1950s. Lot number 3177, this particular Moth is the third ever DH82a version built and remains the second eldest to still be flying. An amazing feat for a little biplane built in 1933 that was principally used for training pilots for De Havilland and later the RAF before returning to civil ownership.
When you fly in this Tiger Moth in Kent you really are re-creating a little bit of history. The club will kit you out with a flying helmet (as it is an open cockpit) and you will sit up front in the Tiger Moth, with your instructor behind you. This plane is dual control, so if you're keen, you may well be able to have a go on the controls during your flight.