Fox Moth, CF-BNP

  • Status: On display

    Image of Fox Moth, CF-BNP on display

    Fox Moth is a variant of the two-place Tiger Moth. The pilot sat outside and passengers or cargo sat in an enclosed cabin area located between the engine and the pilot. Using the Fox Moth, Max Ward began his charter company which eventually grew into Wardair, one of the world’s most elegant charter airlines of the 1970s to 1990s. The Fox Moth first flew in Britain in 1932 and de Havilland Canada brought it to Canada after WW II. Most Fox Moth’s were flown in the north on floats and skis.

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    For more information on this aircraft and its restoration read: Red and Shiny Wins as well as Hangar Tour: Restoration Project Update

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