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Comfort, safety, and superior design best describes the Powrachute Pegasus 582. You'll be amazed by its incredible performance that exceeds any PPC in its class. Pegasus ... with its unmatched climb rate, durable construction, and superior reliability ... truly makes this a remarkable 2 place Light Sport Aircraft. See it for yourself and you'll agree that the Pegasus is the ultimate affordable PPC. The Pegasus is available as either E-LSA or SLSA. Schedule a flight today and see why the Pegasus is making dreams come true.


ROTAX 582 65hp engine - E-Gearbox - Hydraulic Spring Over Suspension - (EIS) Electronic Information System with altimeter - Standard Steel Exhaust - 10 Gallon Fuel Tank - Choice of Color Powdercoat - Rigid Chromoly frame extending full length - 4 Point Harness Seatbelts - Deluxe Dual Seats  - Ground Steering Tow Handle - Strobe Light - Standard or Extended Footbars - Dry Cell Battery  - Electric Starter - 3 Blade 68" Warpdrive Propeller - Performance Designs PD500 wing - Chute Bag and Line socks.


Gas Charged Shocks - Dual Hydraulic over Spring Suspension - Candy Color Paint - Disc Brakes - Ceramic Coated Exhaust - Side Bags - Rock Guard - Fuel Sending Unit - Fuel Gasculator - Premium Rudder Trim Locks - Dual Throttle - Dual Steering Ground and Air Options - Light Bar With Landing Lights - Spinner - 15 Gallon Fuel Cell - Custom Bucket Style Seats - PD550 Wing - Side Mounted Ground Steering - Rear Seat Kill Switch - LED Marker Light and Strobe Package - S-LSA or E-LSA.


  • Weight: 390 lbs without wing
  • Weight: 420lbs with wing
  • Width: 81.5 inches with Tundra Tires
  • Height: 88 inches with Air Shocks
  • Length: 128 inches
  • Stall speed: Virtually stall resistant
  • Max payload 550 wing: 625lbs @MSL
  • Max payload 500 wing: 575lbs @MSL
  • Take off roll: 50ft to 300ft*
  • Landing roll: 10ft to 100ft*
  • Sink rate: 10-12 ft per sec
  • Glide ratio: 4:1
  • Airspeed: 32-34 mph*
  • Climb rate: 500-900 fpm*
  • Decent rate: 600 fpm engine off

*As with all aircraft: payload, winds, altitude, temperature, humidity and all around atmospheric conditions can and will vary the performance of your PPC.