- Role: Training
- Dimentions: Wingspan 9.14 m, Length 7.29 m, Height 2.68m
- Engine: 1 x De Havilland Gipsy I (100 hp)
- Crew: 2
- Number in service : 1
- Country of production : Great Britain
- Years in service : 1931 – 1941
The D.H.60G Gipsy Moth was designed in Great Britain as an affordable and safe 2-seater airplane, suitable for general use and training. The first flight of the prototype was in 1925 and the production line airplanes had folding wings for ease of storage.
Only one D.H.60G Gipsy Moth was enrolled in the Air Force (2nd Training Group) in October 1931. It was probably used for training purposes. It operated with the Royal Aeroclub of Greece from 1936 untill 1941, when it was transferred to the British Air Force Ministry.