By converting sun energy into electrical energy, solar cells are a technology of renewable energy that is abundant and low emissions. Meanwhile, solar cells can reduce conventional vehicle exhaust emissions by 92%. Therefore, solar panels have a great chance to be applied to a vehicle such as Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Unfortunately, solar panel is a non-linear energy source whose output power changes depending on the irradiance and ambient temperature. If operated under normal circumstances, solar panels will not absorb the solar power optimally due to the characteristic curves of the solar panels. In order maximize the power from solar panels, it needs Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT), which is a power optimization method by conditioning the output voltage of the solar panel. On UAV, the sun's irradiance is changing very rapidly, so the conventional MPPT is less efficient to use, because it has a slow response and has oscillations when the power is in maximum. In this research, it has been designed and implemented of MPPT system using fuzzy logic control. Fuzzy logic control can speed up the system response towards the load changes, and reduce the oscillations that occur at maximum power as well. A DC-DC converter, as the actuator of the voltage conditioner, should be selected which has as light as possible in weight so that it will not increase the workload of the aircraft. Simulation and experiment have been done in this research. It shows that MPPT using Fuzzy Logic can reduce the power losses up to 4.5%.