The Moth Minor was designed as a low-wing monoplane to replace the biplane Moth series, and was intended to give similar performance with less power, without the need for rigging.
The wooden prototype of the DH.94 was first flown by Geoffrey de Havilland on 22 June 1937 at Hatfield Aerodrome. Production started and nearly 100 examples had been built by the outbreak of the Second World War. With a selling price of only £575 the Moth Minor was popular with flying clubs keen to acquire modern monoplanes.
Our own design of the Moth Minor in 88" for 90 to 120 size engines includes quick and easy interlocking construction for a simple yet accurate build, and plug-in wings for ease of transport. We have a fibreglass cowl available for this aircraft at an additional cost. (Due to it's size the fibreglass cowl ships separately to the kitset via Airmail).