Challenger Aerospace to Develop Heavy Lift Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

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The Challenger Airspace Group has launched a programme to develop a heavy lift unmanned aerial vehicle.

The new unmanned aerial vehicle is a is a heavy lift, gas/electric hybrid-powered platform and called BH-77 (BloodHound 77).

This aircraft can carry a wide variety of payload configurations and offers extended flight times. The BH-77, is a large UAS aircraft designed for professional use and can be equipped with a full system of advanced control.

With a 30L fuel tank and the additional load carrying capability of 30KG. This plane can get most anywhere, and preform most any job-related task you may requires and stay inflight for 6 to 60 hrs.

  • Wingspan: 6908.8 mm (22 feet 8 inches)
  • Length: 3287.6 mm (7 feet 10”)
  • Fuselage maximum width: 203.2 mm (8”)
  • Empty weight: 30 kg (33.069)
  • Maximum speed: 170km/hr. MPH (105.633)
  • Stalling speed: 55km/hr.
  • Payload 30kg (33.069)
  • Equipment’s cabin size: 2020mmx640mmx650mm
  • Volume of fuel tank: 30 L

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