Specifications and Performance


Length 32.34 ft
Wingspan   33.3 ft
Wing area 118 sq ft
Sub-wing area 14.9 sq ft
Wing loading 50.8lbs/sq ft (main wing only)
Gross weight 6,000lbs
Empty weight 3,300lbs
Fuel 250 gal (1,710 lbs) (6.84 lbs / gal)
Seats 4
Engine pt6a67r 1,424 shp
Cruise 300 kts +
Range 1,200 nautical miles (at cruise with 45 min reseve)
Top speed Impractically fast
Rate of climb 4,000 + ft/ min
Endurance 4 hrs at cruise 50% torque 55 gph
Propeller diameter 132” 
Propeller speeds 1,200 rpm cruise (maximum 1,500 rpm takeoff)



Conventional takeoff mode

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Vertical takeoff mode

The Pegasus aircraft is unique in that it can takeoff and land both conventionally and vertically offering a much wider range of destinations.

The Pegasus has very short field capability in conventional flight mode even with its high wing loading. The 7,500 lbs of thrust developed from the two 132” propellers offer 1 g+ acceleration.  This makes it possible to achieve flying speed within 5 seconds while only using 400 ft. of runway.  Also, landing rollout would be very short due to the full reversing propellers.

Vertical takeoff mode can be very practical in many scenarios.  However, in some situations, such as dusty dirt fields, powered snow covered fields, and close proximity of light aircraft; would make vertical landing or takeoff impractical and not appreciated.