|Named By:||Attila Osi, Sebastian Apesteguia & Michal Kowalewski in 2010|
|Time Period:||Late Cretaceous, 85 Ma|
|Location:||Hungary - Csehbanya Formation|
|Size:||Uncertain due to lack of remains, but estimated to be about 70 centimetres long|
|Fossil(s):||Left shoulder girdle. Other remains recovered from the location including teeth, claws, vertebrae and a tibia (lower leg bone) might also belong to the genus|
|Classification:||| Chordata | Reptilia | Dinosauria | Theropoda | Coelurosauria | Maniraptoriformes | Maniraptora | Chuniaoae | Paraves ||
Pneumatoraptor is a genus of small, paravian dinosaur that lived in Hungary. It is known from a single complete left shoulder girdle (scapulocoracoid) found in the Csehbanya Formation of the Iharkut locality in the Bakony Mountains of western Hungary. This formation dates to the late Cretaceous period (Santonian age) about 85 million years ago.
The type species is Pneumatoraptor fodori, named for Geza Fodor, who provided funding for the dig. The genus name Pneumatoraptor refers to the pneumaticity of the bone, the hollow spaces that would have been filled with air sacs in life. The holotype specimen is identified by the catalog number MTM V.2008.38.1. and housed at the Hungarian Natural History Museum in Budapest.