The Medina was built for the Air Council between 1925 and 1926 and was a plywood-covered wooden flying boat powered by two 450hp Bristol Jupiter VI radial engines mounted on to and slung from the top wings. It was an inverted sesquiplane, with the upper wing smaller than the lower wing, and used Warren-type interplane struts. It had a crew of two and room for ten passengers. Only one Medina was built, registered G-EBMG, first flying in November 1926. It proved disappointing, having poor water handling, with its hull being prone to leaks. It was withdrawn from use and scrapped in 1929.