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Bluebird Aero Systems WanderB-VTOL

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  • Max. Range

    50 km

  • Max. Flight Time

    150 min

Product Overview

The Bluebird Aero Systems WanderB-VTOL is a vertical take-off and landing aircraft (VTOL) that combines the convenience of a quadcopter with the performance of a traditional fixed wing aircraft. This VTOL is capable of flying up to 50 km and can stay in the air for up to 150 minutes, making it perfect for long range flights. The WanderB-VTOL also has a max payload of 5 kg and will easily carry your gear as you explore your favorite spot.

Bluebird Aero Systems WanderB-VTOL Specification


The Bluebird Aero Systems WanderB-VTOL is a Hybrid Fixed-wing drone that was released by Bluebird Aero Systems in 2/12/2019.

A fixed-wing drone means that it is basically a remote-controlled plane, and tends to have a single large wing and a propeller that provides horizontal power rather than the direct vertical lift of other drones. Fixed-wing drones like the Bluebird Aero Systems WanderB-VTOL, tend to be able to fly for longer, at higher altitudes, and carry a larger payload.

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With a well above the average maximum range of 50 km, you're guaranteed a long-distance flight. Be assured you'll reach the distance you need, from the comfort of your mobile office, or even your couch, and know that your drone won't just disappear off into the distance.

A maximum flight time of 150 min offers the Bluebird Aero Systems WanderB-VTOL an extremely long usage time when compared with other drones. Whether you're looking at getting significant usage out of it each flight, or just looking for a drone that lasts longer between charges, this could be the drone for you.

Max. Range
50 km
Max. Flight Time
150 min

With a total weight of only 14 kg, the drone comes in on the lighter side of drones. Perfect to carry around with you, or throw into a travel bag.

14 kg

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