Beast Horus

Technical Data

Beast OneMetricImperial
Wing area



Empty weight180kg*400lb*


Performance Specifications​

Beast OneAeroMetricImperial
Stall speed57kt105km/h64mph
Cruise speed230kt426km/h261mph
Max speed*300kt555km/h340mph
Alt ceiling18000ft~5500m18000ft

*Vno limited to 250kt (due to VFR limitations). Higher speeds are permitted by the wing design, but turbulence can lead to G-forces in excess of 4G.

Performance Features

  • Gentle stall characteristics

    Not only is the stall speed rather low (comparable to faster piston aircraft) but also very progressive. This leads to a gentle stall characteristic, with lots of reaction time left to counteract.

  • Optimized airfoil

    While the airfoils are quite similar to the 64-215 (wing root), 63-315 (aileron area) and 63-012 (tail), they are a complete evolution, developed using the latest technologies. This provides up to +30% more lift at equal or less drag!

  • Sophisticated wing design

    Everything from profile, sweep, incidence, etc. is continuously changing over the almost elliptic wingform, ensuring top of the edge performance from landing speed up to high cruise.

  • Trailing link landing gear

    The landing gear is provided with trailing links, featuring shocks with extra large stroke. These enable soft-field capability and greatly improve landing behavior, even for hard landings. Additionally, the brakes are 1/3 stronger than the competition, greatly improving safety and landing roll.

  • Jet integration

    The integrated engine design allows for reduced cruise drag and therefore extended range.

  • Airbrakes

    Most jet aircraft have the problem of shedding excess speed during descent. With the intgrated airbrakes it is possible to have steeper descends and shorter landing rolls.

Safety Features

  • >26G safety cell

    Even with the best passive safety features and a parachute in place, you will not want to miss the added safety of a cockpit which will not just fold around you. Exceeding the 26G load requirement for frontal crashes and providing an itegrated roll-over bar, the cockpit is built to protect.

  • 13.5G ultimate load

    For aerobatics, it is nice to have a true 6G capability, but even nicer to know that your aircraft will sustain 9G for short durations and that the spar is constructed to only fail above a brethtaking 13.5G.

  • Ballistic rescue system

    Sometimes avoiding confrontation is the best solution. And sometimes, if confrontation comes in form of a mountainside or uneven terrain, a ballistic rescue system will prove it's additional weight is worth every pound.

  • Bullet proof tank

    In the unlikely event that you end up in a situation where everything else has failed you, it will be a great relief to know that all the fuel is stored in a bullet proof bladder inside the safety cell. Right where it belongs and nowhere else.

Ergonomy Features

  • Hands-on cockpit design

    Fighter pilots know the concept of "HOTAS" (hands on throttle and stick). Everything in the cockpit is assembled in a way that you never have to let go of control. Essential for mission buttons are all located to the left, non-essential buttons in the middle and the right side free for the backup instruments.

  • Minimized workload

    Flying a jet is hard enough, so let the aircraft help you whereever possible. Flaps have auto-retract to take stress out of take-offs. The landing lights will turn into wig-wag mode as long as you fly above 100kt and airbrake activation or TOGA-mode can be selcted from the thrust lever.

  • Specialized bucket seat

    Seats in an aircraft have to meet a lot of demands. The special combination of different memory-foams is not only providing good comfort on longer journeys, but also provide a part of the energy absorption in case of a crash.

  • Widest in class cockpit

    Cross section is a huge contributor to aircraft drag. The elliptic fuselage is providing increased space right where it is needed at the head and elbow area, without adding additional surface area.