Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) is an unmanned aircraft currently undergoing many developments in the non- military or military field, which is widely used to assist human work in mapping missions of a region until it is used as a military weapon. UAVs have two types of wing types: Fixed-wing UAV, a vehicle that requires an airstrip to perform a take-off, and Rotary-wing UAV, which has rotating wings for performing vertical take-off. The flying mode on the UAV itself can be controlled in 2 ways: manually and automatic flying controlled by a system embedded in the aircraft. Some problems or disturbances occur when the aircraft is maneuvering in the air; one is the loss of stability. The study proposes a PID method overcoming the loss of stability on the flying aircraft. The method is a combination of 3 controls: Proportional Control, Integral Control, and Derivative Control. The result shows that the PID method has been successfully applied to fixed-wing vehicles and can control the stability of the roll, pitch, and yaw angles when flying independently.