Super Stallion

The Super STALLION boasts over 90 miles per gallon per seat passenger mile. No other aircraft comes even close. The Boeing 747 is the most efficient airliner with 50 mpg per seat passenger mile. The Super STALLION has a flat plate drag area of 2.8 sq.ft. which is close to that of a Glasair III which can carry only two people. The Super STALLION carries six.

With this low drag, the cruise speed for the Super STALLION is close to 200 knots with a 300 hp, IO-550-G. The Super STALLION gives you the performance of a twin, turbocharged engine aircraft at the cost of a non-turbocharged, single. On top of that! The operating and maintenance costs are less than one third. The fuel burn at cruise is 14.5 gallons per hour at 12,500 feet while carrying two or six people. Add the payload of 1,100 lbs (six people or four people and baggage) and a large quantity of fuel and plenty of room inside, and you can see why we offer you an aircraft that is unequalled in the aviation industry. With a total of 180 gallons of fuel, includes 20 gallons of fuel for climb-out and reserve, the Super STALLION has a range of 2,500 sm.

With a large cabin and large cargo door, loading items such as camping gear, motorcycle, bicycles, aircraft engines, 55 gallon drum, and household furniture is easy.

wing span
wing area
empty weight
useful load
gross weight
fuel capacity

Lyc.  IO-550-G.300 hp @ 2700 rpm.
McCauley or Hartzell, 3 bladed, constant speed.
25.0 ft
9.50 ft
35.00 ft
2,200 lbs
1,100 lbs
3,800 lbs
180 gals
2,200 n.m.


takeoff distance, ground roll
rate of climb
max speed
cruise speed
landing distance, ground roll
service ceiling
1,800 ft
1,600+ fpm
220 knots
200 knots

limiting and recommended speeds

design manoeuvring speed (Va)
never exceed speed (Vne)
stall, power off (Vsl)
landing approach speed
62 knots

All specifications are based on manufacturer's calculations