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Transformers character
Beast Machines Airraptor toy
Name Airraptor
Series Beast Machines
First appearance Transformers: The Wreckers #1 by 3H Enterprises
Alternate modes Archaeopteryx
Function Surveillance, Sharpshooter
Gender Male
Motto "When the enemy is in my sights, the target is still perfection."
Rank 6
Sub-group Deluxe Beasts, Dinobots

Airraptor is a fictional character from the Transformers series. He is a Dinobot sharpshooter who turns into a prehistoric bird and was introduced in 2000.

Beast Machines

Airraptor fictional Dinobot character. He turns into an Archaeopteryx.

Airraptor is depicted as standing about 10 feet tall in robot mode.

Fictional biography

A pinpointing perfectionist, Airraptor is the most meticulous member of the Dinobot team. His attention to detail and eagle eye precision is a result of his former work as an interplanetary surveyor and navigator aboard the Axalon. Incredibly fast, capable of soaring up to 250 mph. Characteristically dive-bombs or strafes a Vehicon detachment, usually flying past his target before his ammunition makes impact. Though extremely dexterous, Airraptor's fragile wings are vulnerable to enemy firepower. Packs a quick-deploying energy destabilizer pistol.


The Dinobots in "Departure" by 3H Enterprises

The Wreckers, Mutants and Dinobots arrive on Cybertron and are sent on missions by the Oracle. [1]

After arriving on Arkus the planet the Dinobots are attacked by the Dweller and his energon zombie horde.[2]

It is later revealed that Airraptor was killed in that battle.


  • Beast Machines Deluxe Airraptor (2000)
A recolor of Beast Wars Neo Archadis. Comes with a gun and two bombs.


  1. Glen Hallit (w), Dan Khanna (p). ""Departure"" Transformers: The Wreckers 1 (July 13, 2001), 3H Enterprises
  2. Glen Hallit & Rob Gerbracht (w), Dan Khanna (p). ""Betrayal"" Transformers: The Wreckers 2 (2002), 3H Enterprises

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