Produced after World War Two as a replacement for the Dragon Rapide.
The standard version was a 8-11 seater with DH Gipsy Queen 70 engines of either 340 or 380 hp. EAAC had four of these briefly but they were not economic and quickly sold.
|VP-KDE||DH104 Dove Srs 1||04117||1948||1951||"Masai" later "Chagga". Sold 1951 as G-AMFU. Converted Srs6. Sold 1969 as OO-SCD. Nose section preserved at Aviodrome, Lelystad, Netherlands|
|VP-KDF||DH104 Dove Srs 1||04118||1948||1951||"Buganda" later "Kikuyu". Sold 1951 to Gulf Aviation as G-AMJZ. Cancelled 1962|
|VP-KDG||DH104 Dove Srs 1||04119||1948||1951||"Chagga" later "Wakamba". Sold June 1951 to Mandated Air Lines as VH-MAB. Later VH-AWF, converted Srs5, VH-RAJ, VH-TLU, VH-RCI and VH-CTS. W/O heavy landing at Geelong, Vic. 17/11/68|
|VP-KEJ||DH89-Dragon Rapide||04120||1948||1951||"Swahili" later "Masai". Sold 6/51 to Mandated Air Lines as VH-MAL. Later VH-AWE, VH-GVE and VH-DSM. Now preserved in Queensland Air Museum at Caloundra, Australia as VH-MAL|