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Crash flight may be last take off for historic plane
Surat Basin Online

Crash flight may be last take off for historic plane

Former Solicitor-General Walter Sofronoff secures family friend Erin Miller into a 1939 De Havilland Tiger Moth at Toowoomba Airport earlier this year. Photo Contributed A SECOND World War bi-plane with a lengthy Darling Downs history may not ... Surat Basin Online, 1 month ago
War planes going on public show New Zealand Herald, 1 day ago

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Fans of aeronautics amazed by Waterkloof airshow

The Africa Aerospace and Defence exhibition was held at the Waterkloof Airforce base. FILE: Four Tiger Moth planes take to the skies at the African Aerospace and Defence arishow at Waterkloof Air Force Base in Pretoria on 21 September 2014.
 Eye Witness News1 week ago

Woolly Caterpillars In Soybeans And Sunflowers

Anitha Chirumamilla Figure 1. Adult yellow woolly bear caterpillar (Virginia tiger moth). Photo by: Beatriz Moisset, Numerous woolly caterpillars in varying colors have been observed feeding on soybeans and sunflowers in South ...
 Farms.com2 weeks ago

Now, that's an upgrade! She'd already bought him a birthday flight in a Tiger Moth. Then Bob Hinge's wife landed him an even bigger prize - a trip in a Lancaster bomber competition

By Ben Ellery for The Mail on Sunday Published: 00:07 GMT, 31 August 2014 | Updated: 01:01 GMT, 31 August 2014 3 View comments Bob Hinge was already looking forward to his birthday present: a flight in a vintage Tiger Moth ...
 Capital Bay1 month ago Now thats an upgrade Shed already bought him a birthday flight in a Tiger Moth. Then Bob Hinges wife landed him an even bigger prize - a trip in a Lancaster bomber competition  Big News Network1 month ago

Top Qld barrister survives plane crash (AAP)

Queensland's former solicitor-general has survived a light plane crash. Walter Sofronoff was flying a Tiger Moth biplane that nose-dived suddenly during take-off at Toowoomba Airport on Saturday, ABC Radio reports. Mr Sofronoff resigned as ...
 West Australian1 month ago Daredevil QC: My great escape month ago Former Solicitor-General survives plane crash  Gladstone Observer1 month ago Top Queensland barrister survives plane crash  Melbourne Age1 month ago

Tiger moths race way to Camden

CAMDEN area residents are urged to look up into the sky on Saturday morning. For the first time in more than 10 years, the Great Tiger Moth Air Race will be filling the skies with planes from a bygone era. Almost 50 Tiger Moths will travel from ...
 Daily Telegraph Australia - Macarthur19 hours ago

Book review: Second World War, by Richard Pelvin

By Sept. 26, 2014, 11:45 p.m. Pilots being trained on De Havilland DH-82 Tiger Moths at No. 6 Elementary Flying Training School, Tamworth. Nursing sisters were evacuated from Singapore before the capitulation but this was to lead to tragedy - as ...
 Fairfield Champion4 days ago
WA Today

The Bachelor recap: Blake faces his fear of heights before losing a woman to netball

Bachelor Blake Garvey opted to take Lisa on a helicopter tour as well as enduring some aeronautic acrobatics in Tiger Moths. Photo: Channel Ten Katrina Burgoyne, Newcastle's hopeful on The Bachelor, receives a rose from Blake Garvey in the first ...
 Fairfield Champion1 month ago Bachelor's surprise loss  WA Today1 month ago Bachelor loses a woman  Canberra Times1 month ago Bachelor loses a woman to netball  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago

The Reduced Effectiveness of Protected Areas under Climate Change Threatens Atlantic Forest Tiger Moths

by Viviane G. Ferro, Priscila Lemes, Adriano S. Melo, Rafael Loyola Climate change leads to species' range shifts, which may end up reducing the effectiveness of protected areas. These deleterious changes in biodiversity may become amplified if ...
 Plosone.org1 week ago
Aero-News Network

FAA Issues SAIBs For Australian-Manufactured Replacement Parts

Covers Lateral Tie Rods On Certain Model de Havilland, Moth Airplanes The FAA has issued two similar Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins (SAIB) directed to owners and operators of certain de Havilland Models DH60, DH82, and DH83 as well as ...
 Aero-News Network3 weeks ago
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