World War I
De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth G-AJHS is a vintage biplane built in 1939. The aircraft is operated by a flying group called Flying Wires. The Tiger Moth is based at Seppe airfield in The Netherlands and is part of the vintage aircraft collection of Vliegend Museum Seppe.
The most famous plane of WWI, and universally associated with the Red Baron (Dr standing for Dreidecker, or 3 wings), including information on its invention and design, and the history of the plane in combat.