The Noble Hardman Snowbird mk.IV is a 2-seat high-wing microlight aeroplane powered by a single
Rotax 532 engine. The microlights built by Noble Hardman Aviation Ltd. were test flown at the
Cardiff-Rhoose Airport in Wales. NHA Snowbird mk.IV G-MVIM, owned by the Yorkshire Air Museum,
is still registered in the UK.
The Noble Hardman Snowbird mk.IV OO-B71 was photographed at Hoevenen airfield, situated hug the motorway Bergen op Zoom - Antwerp,
on 9 June 1996. This Snowbird was built in 1987 by Noble Hardman Aviation Ltd. and registered in the UK as G-MTXV on 3 May 1988.
After the aircraft was sold to Belgium, registration G-MTXV was cancelled on 15 November 1993
and registered OO-B71 on 13 December 1993.