The de Havilland Moth Club

The de Havilland Moth Club evolved from a belief that an association of owners and operators of Moth aeroplanes should be formed to create a suitable environment for safeguarding the type; for the interchange of spare parts and encouragement of the widest possible spread of technical information and assistance.

The de Havilland Moth Club welcomes anyone with an interest in the classic aeroplanes designed and built by the de Havilland Aircraft Company at Stag Lane and Hatfield between the wars.

This website contains only part of the knowledge and services offered to members.


Representative Aircraft Types

Club History and Details Moth Market

the Moth Service Register


the Stockbox

Tiger Moth Flights


de Havilland Support Ltd


Membership Details


Calendar of Events

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The de Havilland Moth Club
23 Hall Park Hill
Hertfordshire HP4 2NH

Telephone/fax +44-(0)1442-862077


Free video tutorials on how to tame the Tiger

A sequel to the original Taming the Tiger video

by Nigel Reid

Click here to access the video table of contents

The first DH.60 Moth flew in February 1925, over 90 years ago. An owners' type club was not founded until 50 years after that maiden flight, as the result of the acquisition of a run-down Tiger Moth. 
STUART McKAY recalls how it all began and lists some of the milestones.
(reproduced from The Moth 111 magazine)

4 November, 2015.

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