DJI Air 3 Pricing Revealed, Fans Eagerly Await

Buzz is brewing around DJI, the Chinese tech giant known for its drones, as details emerge about its forthcoming drone, the DJI Air 3. Our first peek into this mystery comes from a leak by Quadro_News, shedding light on its potential pricing.

According to the leak, the Fly More Combo, which comes with a new RC 2 controller, is expected to cost around €1,294.65 or approximately $1,419.

While this might be the most expensive offering, it's worth noting that it's still cheaper by a few hundred dollars than DJI's base model, the Mavic 3 Classic.

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For those looking for a more affordable option, there's a combo featuring the also-new RC-N2 smartphone controller, pegged at around €1,127.50 or $1,235.

However, these prices haven't taken into account the higher import taxes in the US. Given that the US market is more competitive than the EU, which typically leads to lower prices, we anticipate that the US price for the DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo with the new DJI RC 2 will be under $1,500.

Similarly, the DJI Air 3 Fly More Combo with the new DJI RC-N2 should fall below $1,200. As usual, the Fly More Combos will include two additional batteries, a charging hub, extra propellers, and a carry case.

Once officially launched, the DJI Air 3 is slated to succeed the Air 2S as DJI's mid-tier consumer drone, positioning itself as a likely contender for the best-value-for-money, new DJI drone.

Initially, we projected the release of the new DJI Air 3 drone to occur as early as June 28th, 2023. However, given the absence of typical pre-launch leaks, photos, and other information, we have now adjusted our anticipated release date to sometime in July.

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Haye Kesteloo
Haye Kesteloo

Haye Kesteloo is the Editor in Chief and Founder of, where he covers all drone-related news, DJI rumors and writes drone reviews, and, for all news related to electric vehicles. He is also a co-host of the PiXL Drone Show on YouTube and other podcast platforms. Haye can be reached at haye @ or @hayekesteloo.

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