XYAST XYD-70. Specifications. A photo.
XYAST XYD-70. Specifications. A photo.

XYAST XYD-70. Specifications. A photo.


XYAST XYD-70 is a multifunctional unmanned aerial vehicle developed by the Chinese company Xiang-Yu Aviation Science and Technology Co..

The multi-functional XYAST XYD-70 unmanned aerial vehicle belongs to the military drones class, and this device can perform a very wide range of tasks, including aerial photography and aerial photography, special reconnaissance operations, protection of the state border and border areas, observing and monitoring missions, patrolling of territories, management of artillery fire systems, etc. To date, this air vehicle is actively used It is registered by the armed forces of the People's Republic of China, which indicates the prospect and effectiveness of the application of this dron.

The Chinese multi-purpose unmanned aerial vehicle XYAST XYD-70 made its first flight in 2013 year, and several months later the device was officially presented to the general public. According to data at the beginning of 2017, serial production of these aircraft continues, however, there is no data on the number of drones released.

The military unmanned aerial vehicle XYAST XYD-70 is presented in an airborne configuration, while the drone has rather large overall dimensions, which means that a UAV must have a prepared landing site of at least 100 meters in order to use the UAV.

The power section of the XYAST XYD-70 is represented by a single piston internal combustion engine, which allows the drone to develop a maximum speed of movement of 140 km / h, with an effective range of missions of 150 kilometers.


Specifications XYAST XYD-70.


  • Length: Unknown;
  • Wingspan: Unknown;
  • Height: Unknown;
  • Maximum takeoff weight: unknown;
  • Cruising flight speed: 120 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight speed: 140 km \ h .;
  • Maximum flight distance: 150 km .;
  • Maximum flight height: 5100 m .;
  • aircraft engine type: a piston;
  • Powerplant: unknown;
  • Power: unknown.



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