In a nutshell

Where is it?
Your Tiger Moth VR Experience will take place at The Aerodrome, New Lennerton Lane, Sherburn-in-Elmet, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS25 6JE.

The Tiger Moth Experience flights operate every day between 09:00 and dusk, April to September inclusive.

Length of experience
The virtual reality experience will take 30 minutes.

What you need to know
This Tiger Moth flight is a virtual reality experience with a VR headset. You will have the chance to dress in an authentic flying suit and helmet.

How much will it cost?
The 30 minute Virtual Reality Tiger Moth Flight experience costs £45.

How to redeeem your voucher
Your e-voucher or gift box voucher will have a contact name and information about booking your experience. If you have any questions before booking please call 0800 772 0825.

The small print
Vouchers are valid for one year from date of purchase.

Tiger Moth Virtual Reality Flight Experience


Join the crew at The Hut, Tiger Moth Squadron HQ with all the atmosphere of a 1940’s dispersal hut in Sherburn in Elmet for a 30 minute Virtual Reality flight in a Tiger Moth.  Find out what it is like to take to the skies in this World War II training aircraft without leaving the ground.  Using state of the art technology, you can take the controls and test your skills of airmanship.  When you arrive, you will be greeted with a flying suit and flying helmet; a quick introduction to the controls and off you go… get ready to scramble, scramble, scramble.

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Please select a delivery method. You can send a PDF e-voucher by email to any email address (either the recipient's or your own for printing and forwarding) for free or send our Uniquely Local Gift Box (£3.50 extra) by post. If you would like the gift box addressed to someone other than the recipient please put the correct name in the voucher postage address field.


Tiger Moth Virtual Reality Flight Experience

tiger-moth-squadron-logoTiger Moth Flight Experience work in collaboration with the RAF Benevolent Fund, the RAF’s leading welfare charity.  They have developed a flight package which will not only thrill you and give you the flight experience of a lifetime but also enable them to contribute to the great work the Fund does for serving and retired RAF personnel. A contribution from each experience sold is given to the RAF Benevolent Fund.

The de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane was the primary RAF training aircraft during the Second World War. Pilots would then move on to either fighters such as the Spitfire and Hurricane or bombers such as the Lancaster and Wellington.