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The Fox Moth, though efficient, was a bit of an anachronism.
His next effort was in a Fox Moth named Robert Bruce.
Macrothylacia rubi, the fox moth, is a lepidopteran belonging to the family of Lasiocampidae.
Rebuild a Fox Moth?
De Havilland designed a special stretcher for the Fox Moth, in order that it could operate as an air ambulance.
The DH.83 Fox Moth was the first aircraft to earn a profit in commercial airline service without subsidies.
A Dragon Rapide and a Fox Moth.
All the Canadian modifications made to the Tiger Moth were also applied to the Fox Moth.
For many years this was used for pleasure flights using one of the last De Havilland Fox Moth aeroplanes flying in the UK.
It was one of the first UK airlines to operate the four-passenger de Havilland Fox Moth single-engined light airliner.
They also operated a de Havilland Fox Moth and two General Aircraft Monospar twin-engined monoplanes.
Ex-NAC Dragon Rapides, Fox Moths, and DC-3s still fly in private and charter operator hands.
Fox Moths were produced in Canada after the Second World War mainly to keep the plant in production, but also to satisfy the increasing need for new bush aircraft.
DH.83 Fox Moth : Light transport biplane; 98 built in the United Kingdom, plus two more in each of Australia and Canada.
The first flight undertaken by Air Travel was in the De Havilland Fox Moth ZK-ADI, which is still in use.
QANTAS used Fox Moths to replace de Havilland DH.50s on the Flying Doctor Service.
Men and women who were heroes to me had flown Tiger Moths and Gypsy Moths and Fox Moths from England all around the earth.
Here the Croydon Aircraft Company has already turned out several 'remanufactured' DH-82As and has another half dozen Moths, including a Fox Moth, coming along the production line.
British Air Navigation Co Ltd initially operated their services using de Havilland Fox Moths and de Havilland Dragon Moths.
The follow-up DH.83 Fox Moth was designed in England in 1932 as a light, economic transport and was built using as many Tiger Moth components as possible.
On February 25, 1935 Vintcent made an inaugural flight from Bombay to Nagpur to Jamshedpur and on to Calcutta with a De Havilland Fox Moth.
His first aircraft is a de Havilland Fox Moth; it is later joined by several other aircraft as the business expands, mostly fictitious, but among them a Percival Proctor.
The expedition used a combination of traditional and modern practices in Antarctic exploration, using both dog teams and motor sledges as well as a single-engine de Havilland Fox Moth aircraft for exploration.
The station manager, Mr W O'Donovan had to be evacuated by an emergency flight by Goldfields Airways using a new Fox Moth airplane when he was dangerously ill in 1935.
Wishing to start a flying service to the north, Ward purchased a small de Havilland Fox Moth biplane to carry both passengers and freight and started his first company, Polaris Charter Company.
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