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    Ant's Airplanes Tiger Moth Pro


    Ant's Airplanes has released the Tiger Moth Pro aircraft for FSX, FSX:Steam Edition and Prepar3D.

    The Tiger Moth first flew in 1931 and quickly became a commercially successful aircraft (8,868 produced) and was the primary military trainer for many Commonwealth nations leading up to and during World War II. After the war many of those Tiger Moths went into private ownership and became a popular training aircraft at flight clubs. Even today there are still around 650 airworthy Tiger Moths and it is arguably the most famous biplane ever built.

    The Tiger Moth was the first ever plane produced by Ant's Airplanes. In 2019 this aircraft has been revisited with a completely new high definition version called the Tiger Moth Pro. The Tiger Moth Pro is also compatible with PBR textures (requires P3D v4.4 or above).


    For further information visit the Tiger Moth Pro   Homepage.

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    Purchased as I was interested in a 'low and slow' aircraft. Due to the low cost I was not expecting too much,after spending several hours with the Tiger Moth I'm blown away by the quality. Being able to interact with the aircraft system, starting, flying end much more is so much fun. I'm a Vive Pro VR user and combined with the the Tiger Moth, flying is the best fun I've had in P3D for a long time. Well done to the developers, fantastic work and great value. I'm finding so much more pleasure flying VFR than hours in a tube-liner.

    Edited by pedwards

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