The Davis DA-2 is a light aircraft designed in the United States in the 1960s and marketed for homebuilding. While it is a low-wing monoplane of largely conventional design with fixed tricycle undercarriage the DA-2 is given a distinctive appearance by its slab-like fuselage construction and its V-tail. The pilot and a single passenger sit side-by-side. Construction of the aircraft is metal throughout. The DA-3 was a single DA-2 enlarged to accommodate four people.
Made by Homebuilt aircraft.