Tiger Moth Emergency Landing – Auckland, New Zealand

A Tiger Moth has made a Forced Landing Without Power in a South Auckland Paddock.

A tiger moth was forced to make an emergency landing near Ardmore Airport in south Auckland, New Zealand after it lost power during flight.

A New Zealand Police spokeswoman said the Tiger Moth aircraft came down in a paddock near Papakura Clevedon Rd and Creightons Rd on Sunday afternoon.

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Fire and Emergency New Zealand were called at 12.26pm, and sent three crews to the scene.

“It was an emergency landing in a paddock, but the plane landed safely and no one was injured, so there’s not that much we can do,” said a spokesman.


© Jason Dorday

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