To achieve airborne wide-field hyperspectral remote sensing, we often use a way of splice two or more detectors. This paper proposes a new whiskbroom hyperspectral imaging system with using a motion structure scanning to obtain a wide-field hyperspectral data. In the meantime, aircraft’s attitude disturbance could be compensated. Compared with field splicing, the system reduces complexity and cost of optical structure. We provide a new method to realize significant airborne wide-field, high-resolution remote sensing spectral imaging.