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The tiny nose of de Havilland D.H.82A Tiger Moth c/n 82535 PH-TYG will certainly not be a winner in the Battle of the noses contest now raging on AirSpace. The nose is not even the main feature of this photo. That are the holes visible under the wing. To enable regular inspection of the internal woodwork of the wings, required by the Dutch certificating authorities, some 80 holes were made in the wings and tail of the Moth: in the underside of the lower wing and the upper side of the upper wing. They can be closed with neatly fitting lids. The aircraft is owned by the Royal Netherlands Air Force Historic Flight foundation (in Dutch: Stichting Koninklijke Luchtmacht Historische Vlucht, or SKHV) and photographed at the home base of the SKHV, Gilze-Rijen Air Base in The Netherlands, on 5 July 2011. Although it is painted in a Dutch Air Force livery, the aircraft is not an original Dutch Air Force Moth, like PH-CSL (see links below). It previously had U.S. and British registrations. It entered the Dutch register in 1986 and was scrapped from the register in 2005, but was reregistered in 2008. As the registration of the last Dutch Air Force Moth was A-56, the SKHV decided to give PH-TYG the pseudo Royal Netherlands Air Force registration A-57.
Related images in this EnoAeroPics media gallery:
See more images of various DH Moth types
See more aircraft of the RNLAF Historic Flight
See images of the Battle of the noses in this EnoAeroPics gallery on AirSpace
Related images on AirSpace:
The Battle of the nose on AirSpace
See all properly tagged Tiger Moth images on AirSpace
The website of the Royal Dutch Air Force Historic Flight (Dutch language only)
See all EnoAeroPics images on Flightglobal/AirSpace here