Tired of boring old model planes that don’t fly? Well look no further than the Rubber Band Plane Tiger! Not only do you get all of the joy of building it yourself but you can also wind her up and watch her fly on the wings of nostalgia (well, maybe for your grandad). There are no glue or tools required to build these aircraft so you can tell your dad to put away his miniature utensils.
The De Havilland Tiger Moth is a biplane developed in the 1930’s by designer Geoffrey de Havilland. This plane was used by the Royal Air force primarily as a training aircraft and remained in service until 1952. So if you are an inexperienced pilot then the Tiger Moth may be the plane for you!