The de Havilland Tiger Moth was used by Australia, Britain, Canada, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, New Zealand, Portugal, South Africa, Southern Rhodesia, and United States.
In February 1932 the RAF received the first of their Tiger Moths.
40 Royal Air Force training establishments were using the Tiger Moth by September 1939.
The number of Elementary Flying Schools equipped with Tiger Moths in the following countries:
- Australia: 12
- Britain: 28
- Canada: 25
- India: 2
- New Zealand: 4
- Southern Rhodesia: 5
- South Africa: 7
After War Use
The RAF retired the last Tiger Moth in 1955.