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Vic Bentley (left) and David McIntosh test a Second World War-era Tiger Moth for fuel leaks at the Museum of Flight in Langley on Tuesday (Feb. 19). Tuesdays are volunteer days at the museum, which is raising money to build a  hangar at the Langley airport to accommodate its growing collection of classic aircraft. A dinner and auction is planned for Saturday, March 16 at the museum. Tickets are $85. Call 604-532-0035 or 604-230-1560. - Dan FERGUSON/Langley Times
Vic Bentley (left) and David McIntosh test a Second World War-era Tiger Moth for fuel leaks at the Museum of Flight in Langley on Tuesday (Feb. 19). Tuesdays are volunteer days at the museum, which is raising money to build a hangar at the Langley airport to accommodate its growing collection of classic aircraft. A dinner and auction is planned for Saturday, March 16 at the museum. Tickets are $85. Call 604-532-0035 or 604-230-1560.
— image credit: Dan FERGUSON/Langley Times
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