VH-AHK  de Havilland D.H.94 Moth Minor               (c/n  94087)


                                        I am indebted to John Williams for the photos above and immediately below.     Previously the only
                                        one of this Moth Minor I had managed to glean was the one at the foot of the page by Alistair Coutts
                                        of the wreckage.   John's father, Jack Williams owned -AHK in the 1950's, and named it 'Swallow'.
                                     .  (He also had the Proctor VH-AVG).   Jack is seen in the cockpit of -AHK in the shot below, taken
                                        at Nhill, Victoria.     In December 1963 -AHK was destroyed in a crash near Busselton, WA.   The
                                        student pilot had only 4 hours experience in a Piper Tripacer. The DCA accident report stated blandly:
                                        "The pilot who had very little experience, attempted to land the aircraft after last light but he allowed it to
                                        stall whilst on approach and collided with trees."    
VH-AHK's previous identity was A21-24.