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Sir Alan Cobham with his de Havilland DH.60 Moth biplane
Sir Alan John Cobham (18941973) - English aviation pioneer in the cockpit of his de Havilland DH.60 Moth G-EBKT, a light-weight, two-place, single-engine, single-bay British two-seat touring and training biplane aircraft. A prototype with a horn-balanced rudder, which Cobham flew from Croydon to Zurich and back in 14 hours, 49 minutes on 29th May 1925. Cobham also flew the Moth in The Kings Cup Air Race (likely when this photograph was taken), though weather forced him to land short of the finish. It placed second in a follow-up race. Date: 1925