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Airco DH.2 WWI Fighter ARF

Airco DH.2 WWI Fighter ARF

The '''Airco DH.2''' was a single-seat biplane "Pusher" aircraft, operated as a fighter aircraft during the WWI. It was the second pusher design by Geoffrey de Havilland, based on his earlier Airco DH.1. The DH.2 was the first effectively armed British fighter and enabled Royal Flying Corps pilots to counter the "Fokker Scourge" that had given the Germans the advantage in the air in late 1915. Until the British developed an interrupter gear to match the German system, pushers such as the DH.2 carried the burden of fighting and escort duties.


The RC version we designed is approximately 1/6 scale, with a 50” wingspan and is designed for electric power systems.


Special Features 

  • Unique product, only ARF of the DH.2 available on the market
  • Big canopy hatch
  • Scale look and flys good
  • Customer’s options include a scale windshield, Lewis Gun, drum magazine and dashboard
  • Comes with dummy engine



Wingspan:  50”

Length:  42"

Wing Area:  755 sq in 

Radio: Min. of 4 ch. & 4 mini servos

ARF weight: 3 lbs 6 oz    Flying weight:  4 lbs 10 oz 

Power:  Min. 400W outer rotor motor, 3-4S Li-Po Battery


Instruction Manual  
click here to read
Addendum click here to read

Product Review 
Model Aviation Review click here


Flying Video 
Official Released New-Product Video click here
Prototype Test Fly Video clich here


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Replacement Parts click here

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